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Lindsay Lohan's Twitter Tirade Against Dad

Apr. 1 2010, Published 2:30 p.m. ET

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Days after her father Michael Lohan held a news conference to talk about her various problems, Lindsay Lohan vented her frustrations about her dad on her Twitter page following a night out of partying.

On Thursday at approximately 7am PST, Lindsay wrote, "My father just sent me this as I was leaving my gym, I told you to stop Linds. This is the last time and take down the tweet about me HURTING MOM..U will be getting a call from SOMEBODY today to end you."

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PHOTO: Lindsay Bored And Topless In NYC

Lindsay also called Michael her 'ex-father' and posted her video for Confessions of a Broken Heart (daughter to father).

Michael sent a screengrab of the text message he claims proves Lindsay's tweet is wrong. The text is dated and time-stamped. See it here.

Never one to let an accusing tweet slide, Michael reacted on his Twitter page, writing to Lindsay, "I never ever said that. I have it on my text (it is date and time stamped!) What is wrong with U? OOOPS! I already know that."

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Michael then continued, tweeting, "Yes, I said take down the lies and U are getting a call (from ur Uncle) but never ever said 'end' to anything except ur problem."

The fact that Lindsay was even awake at 7am is surprising---unless she never went to bed! The starlet hit the party scene Wednesday night, stopping by Voyeur in Hollywood. An eyewitness tells, "Lindsay arrived at Voyeur last night with a posse of about eight handlers and friends. She sat in the back of the club at a table and was drinking heavily. She appeared to be having fun, maybe too much fun! She looked really skinny and a bit disheveled."



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