Lindsay Lohan was rumored to be found unconscious in her hotel room on Friday morning, June 15 and sent to hospital, but the story was denied by her publicist Steve Honig. The representative said paramedics indeed checked on her, but she was never hospitalized or collapsed. She is fine and resting now, the rep insisted.
The doctor was called to Lindsay's room at the Ritz-Carlton in Marina del Rey by "concerned" producers "as a precaution" when she did not come out of her room. She reportedly was due to continue filming her new movie "Liz & Dick" that day, but she informed someone on set that she wasn't feeling well and needed a break.
The doctor reportedly called ahead to the hotel and had someone from the hotel check on the 25-year-old actress. When she didn't answer the door and the staff couldn't get in, a 911 call was made. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's office later described her condition as "groggy," but she's "OK as far as we know."
Honig explained that Lindsay didn't answer the door because she was falling asleep. "Lindsay worked a grueling schedule the past few days. She was on set last night at 7 pm and worked through the night until 8 am this morning. She took a nap before shooting her final scene," the rep explained.
The publicist confirmed Lindsay, who's involved in a car crash recently, was indeed "examined" but she's "fine." He added, "[She] did suffer some exhaustion and dehydration. Lindsay was never taken to a hospital; reports to the contrary are false. She is resting now and is hoping to be back on set later this afternoon."
Her attorney Shawn Holley additionally told Eyewitness News, "As I understand it, she was exhausted, after shooting non-stop for 2 days." The lawyer added, "They determined that she was fine."