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Lindsay Lohan’s birthday bash

July 2, 2010

lohan puzzled Lindsay Lohan apparently got more than she bargained for while out clubbing early on her 24th birthday.

” A waitress just hit me — punched me for no reason,” Lohan said in a Twitter message shortly after midnight.

Lohan, complete with her alcohol-monitoring anklet, was photographed by paparazzi shortly after leaving the LA club but had no apparent injuries and no elaboration on what happened.

The only explanation forthcoming – from unidentified sources — was that the “Mean Girls” actress was hanging out at the club with reality TV personality Doug Reinhardt and the waitress took exception.

To make matters worse, Lohan then moved on to another club, only to find the same angry waitress was there also.

“Lohan showed up and cried because the waitress was there as well,” another “insider” told Us magazine.  “Some birthday.”

(Gosh. Who knew LA waitresses had such busy schedules? And no, we don’t know if the waitress was working or partying herself)

Lohan’s usually busy Twitter account  cast no further light on the incident,  which came as the actress turned 24 while under court orders not to drink or do drugs or misbehave.

Lohan, now usually seen on the party circuit clutching cans of Red Bull, has a date on Tuesday with a Beverly Hills judge who will decide whether she deserves jail time stemming from her missed court date while at the Cannes film festival in May, and any stumbles she has made while on probation for a 2007 drunk driving and cocaine possession arrest.

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Abuse in any form is to be stopped. The waitress is an animal and should be caged. Lindsay Lohan has enough to think about and does not need random abuse from strangers.

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