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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan Has NOT Applied For New Passport, Says U.S. Embassy

May 19 2010, Published 1:30 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan has not requested a new passport and may be stuck in France for a little while longer, has exclusively confirmed. 

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Maryse Nebatti, the Duty Officer in Marseille for the U.S. Embassy in France, told that Lindsay reported the passport stolen but "has not requested a new passport."

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The embassy office in Marseille is the closest location to Lindsay who has been in Cannes promoting her latest role as porn star Linda Lovelace

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Lindsay's mother Dina told  that her passport was stolen and she was turned away from a flight back to the United States on Tuesday. 

"This was not a planned scheme," she said.

The U.S. Embassy confirmed that Lindsay faxed a copy of her passport to their Paris embassy but has not specifically requested a new one. 

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According to the Duty Officer, neither Lindsay nor her mother Dina have contacted the Embassy, but a representative of hers from the United States phoned the Embassy in Paris at 6:25pm local time. 

The Embassy closed at 6pm local time but the representative spoke to an after hours staffer. 

Nabatti told  that even though she has not received a request for the new passport, she has contacted the Consul to alert them of Lindsay's situation.

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"There is nothing we can do this late," Nabatti told

According to the Embassy, Lindsay needs to fill out the paperwork to get a temporary passport. That paperwork cannot be obtained until Thursday morning. 

Danette Meyers, the Deputy District Attorney in Los Angeles who is handling Lindsay's case, told  that she will seek to jail Lindsay for up to 180 if she is found to be in violation of her probation. 

Lindsay's mother Dina insisted this was not an excuse for Lindsay to get out of the court hearing on Thursday in Los Angeles. 

"I'm exhausted... I've been up for the last 24 hours with Lindsay and her attorneys dealing with this," she told earlier on Wednesday.

"We are actively dealing with the French Embassy as we speak but unfortunately they close at a certain hour so we¹re trying to get someone in a higher echelon to help us."



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