We can't wait to see how Dina Lohan tells the public how "misunderstood" daughter is for this one:
Lindsay Lohan was arrested and cited for driving under the influence in Los Angeles in the early hours of Saturday morning, say police, who also found a substance tentatively identified as "a usable amount of cocaine" in connection with the accident.
After the crash, police say the playmate of Calum Best got into another car and was driven to Century City Hospital where she was treated for minor injuries that involved "something to her upper chest area."
Police said the two other people in her car were not hurt, but did not elaborate on the hilarious irony that Lohan apparently injured here large breasts in the irresponsible incident.
The cops learned of the accident when they received a 911 call at 5:30 a.m. There was also a witness on the scene, but police don't know if the same person called 911. By the time authorities responded, three minutes after the call, Lohan, her companions and the car were gone from the scene.
Lohan was later located by police at the Century City Hospital. Her car was found at a nearby condo complex and towed at 6:30 a.m. Police won't say how they know that the actress was driving, but say they're "confident" that she was. The Hollywood Gossip surmises that maybe there were Firecrotch stains on the driver's seat.
The actress was charged with only a misdemeanor for now.
She stars in the upcoming movie I Know Who Killed Me and was spotted out at the Hollywood hotspot Les Deux - the spot of an alleged Britney Spears/Ryan Phillippe hook-up - before the crash. She arrived around 11:15 p.m. with a group of friends, and was seen dancing and smoking.
Also at the club were singer James Blunt and Paris Hilton, who was recently ordered to 45 days in jail for violating her probation. Hilton was charged with a DUI in September 2006.
Lonnie Moore, co-owner of Les Deux, said: "A lot of celebrities come [to the restaurant] for dinner or drinks. Because it is a restaurant, open five nights a week, there is no age limit for our patrons. We welcome Lindsay and her friends whenever they would like to come to Les Deux."
Don't you see, readers? Because the establishment is often open, no way it can ID its patrons. Can you imagine if supermarkets used this logic? First graders would be buying beer left and right.
(Hey, Eva, you can buy that drink at Les Deux. So can your six-year old cousin if he wants.)