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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Lindsay Lohan: I Was Set Up With White Powder

May. 21 2010, Published 5:27 a.m. ET

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A new photograph of Lindsay Lohan partying in Cannes while sitting in front of a table with lines of a mystery white powder has created a furor.

RadarOnline.com was first to report that the photograph shows several lines of a white powder, cut into lines, right in front of Lindsay.

When reached by RadarOnline.com and asked to tell us what the white powder is, Lindsay at first replied: “What!??”

RadarOnline.com directed her to look at the photo and the white powder on the table in front of her.

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Lindsay then told RadarOnline.com: “That's a set up that's so untrue.”

She is with friends in the photo and named a person who she thinks set her up (RadarOnline.com is withholding the name.)  She also said in an email exchange with RadarOnline.com that she didn’t know the powder was on the table.

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It’s the latest shocking development in the sage of Lohan’s legal problems. A bench warrant was issued (and later recalled) after she failed to show up for a progress report hearing on Thursday in front of Judge Marsha Revel.

And when prosecutor Danette Meyers was informed about the photos with the mystery white powder, she told RadarOnline.com: “I hope that isn’t cocaine in those pictures.”

Bail was set at $100,000 for Lindsay in her DUI probation case. Bail was posted Thursday.

The picture with the mystery white powder first surfaced on TMZ, which did not point out the powder on the table.

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