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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Lindsay Lohan's mother expects foul play

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina suspects foul play as new information about her daughter's assault victim emerges.

Lindsay was arrested and charged with assault after allegedly hitting Tiffany Eve Mitchell in the face at a New York City nightclub in the early hours of Thursday morning.

Tiffany has since hired esteemed attorney Gloria Allred to represent her on the case against Lindsay.

Tiffany lives just minutes away from Lindsay's father Michael in Florida.

Michael and Lindsay have an estranged relationship. He hosted a failed intervention for the actress in October and the pair have been on bad terms since.

Dina doesn't think the fact that Michael and Tiffany are neighbours is a coincidence.

"I am increasingly disturbed to be told Ms. Allred's new client lives in Palm Beach just minutes from my ex-husband's home," Dina told Radar Online.

"What else is there to learn about the circumstances surrounding this unfortunate incident?"

Witnesses say that Lindsay was inebriated after drinking excessive amounts of alcohol and using cocaine before reportedly slugging Tiffany.

Lindsay's lawyer Mark Heller claims that these statements are spurious and he is looking to completely exonerate his client.

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