Lindsay Lohan sent a clear message to her mother, but then deleted it.
On January 27th, Lohan wrote '@dinalohan ... Sometimes it sucks when your mom isn't there for you." The words accompanied an illustration of a girl dropping her phone with the caption, "We're done."
The Daily Mail took a screen shot of the photo before Lohan deleted it. Since then, neither mother nor daughter has made any mention of the Instagram, or any argument that exists.
On January 25th, Lohan posted (again, then later deleted) a photo of a bloody leg, insinuating that she was in an abusive relationship.
"Don’t stay with the wrong guy,” Lohan wrote. “There goes something that I thought was good. Be true to yourself and NEVER let a man hit you.”
This could be a reason or one of the reasons Lohan is angry with her mother, who hasn't exactly been a pillar of strength in the troubled star's life.
Last year, Lohan reportedly accused her mother of selling the star's belongings on the internet, and threatened to go to the police.
When Lohan was in rehab, Dina invited Entertainment Tonight along for a visit.
On New Year's Eve, Lohan and her younger sister, Ali were reportedly kicked out of a bar for hurling racial slurs at a bartender.
It all started when the two girls spent about 20 minutes in the bathroom. One of the bartenders got fed up and asked them to leave, according to Radar Online.
“Lindsay came out and her eyes were glazed over and she started yelling at the bartender – who is originally from West Africa – ‘This is New York. You’re not from here," one witness recounted.
“What stunned everyone is when she was talking to him in a mock African accent and she kept asking him if he was from Ghana.
It seemed like a racist attack.”