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Lindsay Lohan's lawyer Shawn Chapmen Holley issued the following statement on Tuesday evening
"At this time, we are declining to comment on the underlying facts surrounding this incident, as we await the completion of the police investigation. It should be noted, however, that it was Ms. Lohan who called 911 to request police assistance at the time this incident occurred."
At almost the same time, the Betty Ford Center has, according to TMZ, fired Dawn Holland, the staffer who says Lohan attacked her on Dec. 12. "Regrettably, on December 21, 2010,” said the Betty Ford on Tuesday, “one of our employees violated strict confidentiality...