Lohan: 911 call key in Betty Ford scuffle

April 2, 2011 at 9:57 AM
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LOS ANGELES, April 2 (UPI) -- Lindsay Lohan says a 911 call backs up her version of a December confrontation with a worker at the Betty Ford Center in California, a source told TMZ.com.

Riverside County prosecutors this week declined to file charges against Lohan over the alleged scuffle at the famed Betty Ford clinic in which she allegedly hit Dawn Holland with a telephone.

A source close to the actress said Lohan believes Holland sounds "rude" and "aggressive" in the 911 call. TMZ said Saturday Holland also makes a reference to suing the actress on the recording.

Lohan still has a theft case pending in Los Angeles County. She has told acquaintances the surveillance video of the incident backs up her contention she did not intend to steal a necklace when she walked out of the store wearing it.

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