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Lindsays Toxicology Reports Confirm Drug Use During Car Crash

Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohans toxicology reports have confirmed that she was drunk and had cocaine in her system during an early morning crash in Beverly Hills on Memorial Day weekend.

According to multiple law enforcement sources, the reports say that the Mean Girls star had cocaine and nearly twice the legal amount of alcohol in her system when she was arrested last month and cited for driving under the influence.

Lohan crashed her 2005 Mercedes SL-65 convertible into a curb on Sunset Blvd. around 5:30 AM on May 26.

The police report filed at the time of the crash accounted two other adults and a usable amount of cocaine in the car.


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