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Lindsay Lohan 'concerns onlookers at wedding'

Published 28/08/2015

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's behaviour reportedly concerned guests at a wedding last week.

The 29-year-old actress attended the nuptials of Justin Etzin, consul general and ambassador of tourism for the Seychelles, and model Lana Zakocela in Florence last week. She even shared a photo of herself at the lavish ceremony on Instagram, wearing a gorgeous gown with a sparkling bodice and long white skirt.

However, things took a dramatic turn for Lindsay after the couple said ‘I do’ as she reportedly claims she was “slipped a mickey”. This is a term for a drink which has been laced with a drug without the person who consumes it knowing.

“Lindsay left the reception early,” a source told Page Six. “She’d gone back to her villa and was running around naked saying she was drugged.”

Lindsay reportedly concerned onlookers throughout the evening.

She is said to have taken to the DJ booth at the reception, where she allegedly became frustrated that someone was taking pictures of her.

“[Lindsay] got upset when she thought someone took her photo. She was speaking in a British accent, ‘Who took the photo? Don’t be an idiot.’ She kept playing Brandy’s The Boy Is Mine,” the source added.

Other guests at the wedding included Ellen von Unwerth and Sara Sampaio.

Since finishing a stint on stage in the UK performing in Speed-the-Plow Lindsay has been enjoying the celebrity life with plenty of A-list events.

At the moment though she’s taking time out on holiday with friends, as she shared a series of snaps on social media of herself lounging by a pool and on the beach.

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