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Thursday 28 May 2015

Lindsay Lohan 'parties after collapse'

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's recent health scare has reportedly not put her off from hitting the night scene.

The 25-year-old actress was treated for exhaustion on Friday after clocking up 85 hours on the set of her new Lifetime movie Liz & Dick in just four days.

But Us Weekly claims that just a day after paramedics rushed to her hotel room after her team became concerned about her, Lindsay was out with partying with friends.

The Mean Girls star apparently was seen chatting with a group of five men and celebrity pals including Ashley Benson, Busy Philipps and Haylie Duff on Saturday night.

"For someone so exhausted, it was shocking to see her out past 1am," an eyewitness told the publication about Lindsay's trip to Chateau Marmont.

But the troubled starlet's rep has defended his client saying that Lindsay's nocturnal hours are quite normal.

"Lindsay has been working the night shift the last two or three nights so it's quite reasonable that she was up and having dinner at 1am," the spokesperson said.

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