Congressional Staffer Freed After Lohan Incident

    Actress Lindsay Lohan sits inside the Los Angeles Superior Court in Los Angeles, California on November 2, 2011. Troubled US actress Lohan was sentenced to 30 days behind bars Wednesday after admitting she had violated the terms of her probation after previous legal tangles. Judge Stephanie Sautner ordered the 25-year-old to surrender to county jail by November 9 to begin the sentence, while issuing a series of conditions to avoid serving another 270 days in jail.  AFP PHOTO/POOL/MARIO ANZUONI (Photo credit should read MARIO ANZUONI/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Once the face of Disney innocence, Lindsay Lohan just can’t seem to keep out of trouble. A 25-year-old man was taken into custody early this morning after Lohan pulled the fire alarm in her hotel room and told authorities he had grabbed or thrown her. According to officials, the two were arguing over photos he had of her on his phone. Christian LaBella was arrested on a misdemeanor assault charge, but was released when it could not be proven. LaBella is a former staffer for Rep. John Shimkus of Illinois. Lohan’s rep called his release “distressing” and the two are filing harassment complaints against each other.

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