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Lindsay Lohan's parents scolded in court

  |   June 23, 2007 at 12:22 PM
NEW YORK, June 23 (UPI) -- A New York judge has warned Lindsay Lohan's separated parents they had better settle their issues before they come back to his court.

Supreme Court Judge Robert Ross listened to Dina and Michael Lohan and their attorneys accuse each other of violating their separation agreement, the New York Daily News reported Saturday.

Michael has accused Dina of failing to make payments that were part of the agreement and, in turn, she accused him of breaking the rules first without specifying how.

Ross lost his patience with the couple in Matrimonial Court in Mineola, Long Island, after the Lohans argued over who would take home the pink or yellow copy of a document they signed.

"I can't imagine, given what I've just heard, that the two of you agree on anything," said Ross, before ordering them to "get together, sit down with the attorneys, reach some agreements" and then come back to court.

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