A 911 call placed on December 12, 2010 by Dawn Holland, a staffer at the Betty Ford Center, who was fighting with Lindsay Lohan was released Friday, three days after prosecutors announced the actress would not be charged with misdemeanor battery due to insufficient evidence.
Both Holland and Lohan are audible on the call in which Holland states Lohan and two other patients were caught trying to leave the premises after curfew. According to Holland, the three showed signs of alcohol consumption. When asked to perform breathalyzer tests, Lohan refused and became violent while the other two patients complied.
“I have a problem because Lindsay Lohan pushed me and hit me with a phone while I was trying to talk to you,” Holland, a Chemical Dependency Technician, is heard saying on the call.
“I am sorry…I’m really uncomfortable with the woman that is in our house. I’ve never seen her before and she’s freaking me out,” Lohan said during the recorded call.
Here’s the audio: