Lindsay Lohan 911 call from Betty Ford released

By Sean O’Connell The 911 call made by Betty Ford Center employee Dawn Holland after she allegedly was attacked by Lindsay Lohan has been released.

The call, made on Dec. 12, 2010, resulted in a police investigation but no charges were filed against Lohan.

“I have a problem because Lindsay Lohan pushed me and hit me with a phone while I was trying to talk to you,” Holland says on the tape.

“So you want to file charges against her,” responds the sheriff.

“Yes, I think I do,” Holland responds.

In the background, you can hear Lohan shouting, “I’m really uncomfortable with the woman that is in our house. I’ve never seen her before and she’s freaking me out.”

When Holland tells Lohan she’s preparing to file charges against the disruptive patient, Lohan asks, “What, you want money?”

While no charges were filed in this case due to a lack of evidence, ABC News reports that Lohan “is still facing charges in Los Angeles for allegedly stealing $2,500 necklace from a Los Angeles jewelry store after rejecting a plea deal on March 24,” and that she “has already been to jail three times in the past three years for DUI, drug possession and probation violations.”

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