Dina and Lindsay Lohan turned away from Santa Monica hotels? After arriving on the West Coast Wednesday, one hotel, where she is blacklisted rejected her, while another had "no-vacancy." Luckily, she found one to bed down at the Beverly Hills Hotel ahead of her court date.
According to a Jan. 31 New York Post report, Lindsay and her mom did a red-eye flight from New York to LAX and had a rough night of it with last minute flight preparations.
After being "too sick" to attend a hearing in Los Angeles, a judge ordered the actress back to California. Sources say Her Honor obviously saw tabloid photos of LiLo shopping in NYC when her doctor said she had the flu.
However, even with her celebrity status, two area hotels rejected requests for rooms by the troubled pair.
Insiders say Dina and Lohan were turned away from Shutters Hotel after it blacklisted LiLo from allegedly trashing it six years ago. And when they looked for lodging at the ritzy Loews Hotel, they were informed the property was fully-booked. Imagine that?
Later, the Lohan girls hit the jackpot when the Beverly Hills Hotel offered them a room.
The property is not shabby by any means. It has a long history of attracting some of the biggest names in the business, many of whom called the place home for years.
Even the late Elizabeth Taylor, who Lindsay played in the biopic, "Liz and Dick" has some history at the posh hotel.
So, Lohan was turned away from two hotels. She's not the first to be banned from businesses. Even her pal, Charlie Sheen is allegedly a no-go at some hotels and businesses.