TMZ has released the 911 phone call placed moments before paramedics were sent to Lindsay Lohan’s Ritz-Carlton hotel room in Los Angeles last week. The caller, a male nurse who works for the production company behind the actress’ new Lifetime movie, ‘Liz & Dick,’ called the situation an emergency.
After the nurse called the situation a Code 3, ambulances rushed to the Ritz-Carlton with their lights and sirens on. The nurse thought Lohan was in serious danger when he placed the call.
911 was called after Lohan informed the ‘Liz & Dick’ production team that she wasn’t feeling well and felt exhausted on June 15. The movie’s producers then sent a doctor to the hotel. Before arriving, the doctor asked someone to check on her.
When a hotel worker knocked on Lohan’s door, they determined she was unresponsive. That’s when the 911 call was made. Paramedics eventually arrived, and decided nothing was wrong. They left without bringing her to the hospital.
Listen to the 911 call below.
Written by: Karen Benardello