Anna Faris identifies director who she claims ‘humiliated’ her on ‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’
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Actress Lindsay Lohan is back in her California police custody after she was spotted drinking alcohol while being transported to jail, according to a report in the Orange County Register.
Faris claims she was handcuffed, “humiliated” and “slapped” by director Michael Mann after she was fired from “My Super Ex-Girlfriend” in 2006.
A security guard allegedly heard her yelling obscenities while driving around the Hollywood Hills, but was “too busy” to intervene.
Rita Mann’s attorney filed a motion on Wednesday, asking that Faris be released from custody.
Actress Lindsay Lohan is in police custody once again after her drunken driving arrest, which led to a police chase and incident outside a gas station, TMZ reported.
The 30-year-old actress was arrested Saturday morning after police say she crashed her Mercedes in Hollywood after it crashed into a parked Lexus in the parking lot.
The star was charged with drunken driving and driving with a suspended license and is currently locked up in Orange County Jail.
Lohan is being held on $1 million bond, which was set Monday after TMZ reported the 30-year-old was “drinking excessively” while under police custody.
The actor and filmmaker was taken to the county jail in Santa Ana and was expected to face charges.
Police say Lohan was taken into custody for investigation of suspicion of DUI, but is being released because she is not believed to be intoxicated.
Lohan was seen at a gas station on the 405 Freeway in Hollywood and driving erratically, before the crash happened. TMZ reported that police said the star was behind the wheel and behind the wheel of a vehicle at the time of the crash. At the time, Lohan was arrested for a different incident.
Sources close to the star have told E! News that Lohan is planning to ask for a