Thursday 29 January 2015

'Not tonight love... '- Lindsay Lohan reportedly refused entry to New York hot spot

Published 03/02/2014 | 11:28

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 18: Lindsay Lohan sighting at Bodega Negra restaurant on January 18, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Mark Robert Milan/FilmMagic)
Lindsay Lohan was allegedly turned away from New York hot spot 1 Oak.

Lindsay Lohan was allegedly turned away from New York hot spot 1 Oak.

The Mean Girls actress is said to have been left "embarrassed" when the doormen at the nightclub reportedly turned her away.

The news comes after the actress claimed to have lost her $75,000 fur coat there last week, and was rumoured to be banned from going back.

"She stared the doorman down and was surprised that they wouldn't let her in. She was definitely shaken up," one source revealed to the New York Post’s Page Six.

"She turned away to her friends and looked really embarrassed."

The onlooker noted that Ryan Phillippe, Bar Refaeli, Paris Hilton and Kate Upton all strolled into the celebrity haunt, but Lindsay was left standing with her pals outside.

Lindsay claimed to have left one half of her expensive cover up at 1 Oak in the early hours of Thursday morning.

She returned to the club to search for her missing fur, but to no avail. She then went on to phone the friends she was out with to see if anyone could locate the coat, but no one knew where it was, reports

The club allegedly denied the incident had ever occurred.


But now it seems 27-year-old Lindsay has been reunited with her missing coat, thanks to American football player Sidney Rice.

"We're told after Lindsay left the club, Rice noticed she had left the garment behind and took it home for safe keeping. He contacted Lindsay the next day and her people picked it up," reported TMZ.

This isn't the first time Lindsay has had a jacket dilemma at 1 Oak. Six years ago she walked out of the club with someone else's $12,000 mink coat, which led to the owner suing Lindsay.

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