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Lindsay Lohan Crashes Her Mercedes
Posted on October 4, 2005 at 11:59 PM CST

Lindsay Lohan At Cartier EventIt's been a while since we've had the pleasure of bringing you entertainment news, but today just happens to be our lucky day.  Word on the street is that Lindsay Lohan, star of such Hollywood gems as "Herbie Fully Loaded" and "Freaky Friday," has decided to stop her self-imposed ban on food and start eating again...oh wait, wrong story - let me try again.

Today it was reported that Lindsay Lohan was involved in an accident in West Hollywood, California. The accident occurred when Lohan, apparently in an effort to avoid the paparazzi, crashed her black Mercedes SL 65 into a Chevy Astro van, which then collided with another parked van. Lohan, her passenger, and the driver of the van were all taken to an undisclosed hospital, and various sources indicate that all three suffered only minor injuries.

If you're keeping track, this isn't the first time Lindsay has been involved in an accident. Last year, Lohan was involved in an accident in which she was sued by the other driver. Earlier this summer, Lindsay was involved in yet another accident, this time involving the paparazzi. Eventually, charges were filed against the paparazzi driver when it was determined he had intentionally caused the accident.

Lindsay, if you're reading this, we hope you get well soon.  And while we're at it, we have two bits of advice for you.  First, start eating. I think most people would agree that you look much better as a healthy, well-endowed woman than as an anorexic blonde skeleton. And second, hire a driver. Judging from your driving record, it will make everyone in West Hollywood much safer, including you.

You can check out the full story about Lohan's accident here.

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