Lindsay and Dina Lohan got into a huge fight outside the mom’s Long Island home this morning, drawing a small army of police to the scene, authorities said.
The trouble-making “Mean Girls” star and mom Dina were being driven in a black SUV, when they pulled up to the family’s Merrick home and the actress went off on an angry tirade.
“She [Lindsay] was yelling "I’ve had enough of this!’ “ said witness John Scalesi, a 56-year Bellmore resident and police buff.
Scalesi said he heard the call for service on his police scanner and rushed to Dina Lohan’s house to get a look at the 8:15 a.m. action.
“It was just a verbal dispute in the vehicle. It was an argument between Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina,” said Nassau police Inspector Kenneth Lack.
“Lindsay called her father and her father called police.”
Dad Michael Lohan confirmed Lindsay and Dina had been arguing in the car, but added: “It was a hell of a lot more than that.”
The wayward dad declined to elaborate.
At least four police cars and an emergency service vehicle rushed to the Merrick home but there were no arrests.
Witnesses said Linz was seated in the right front passenger seat and wearing a tan trench coat.
Lindsay and Dina had reportedly been partying all night at a Manhattan nightclub.
The dispute got physical with Linz suffering a cut on her leg and bracelet of hers was broken, according to celebrity gossip Web site TMZ.
The hard-partying, once-promising actress has been making a spectacle of herself -- even more than usual -- in New York recently.
She was accused of clipping a pedestrian while pulling up to a Meatpacking District nightspot on Sept.19. She was cited for leaving the scene of an accident, although surveillance footage outside the club doesn’t appear to show any car-on-pedestrian action.
Cops also paid a dramatic visit to Lohan at the W Hotel on Sept. 30 when she got into a fight with a fellow partygoer.
Lohan reportedly took the cell phone of Christian LaBella, 25, a low-level aide to Republican Illinois Rep. John Shimkus. Lohan was mad that the a celebrity-obsessed GOP hunk had been taking pictures of her and she grabbed his phone, touching off a physical confrontation, cops said.