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Lindsay Lohan Accused Of Bombing Talk Show Appearance After 'Russian Vodka' Bender

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Sep. 26 2016, Updated 9:30 p.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan not only wrecked havoc in a Moscow nightclub by refusing to pay the check and accusing a woman of stealing her phone, the international party girl reportedly created chaos at a luxury hotel in the Russian capital.

According to Russian website Life, the party girl, 30, refused to leave her room at the Ritz Carlton for hours after she was expected to begin filming an interview about ex Egor Tarabosov on popular talk show Let Them Talk September 16.

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Assistants, producers, make-up artists and even the show's host Andrey Malakhov waited "almost the whole day" for Lohan, who wanted to "sleep," the report alleges.

Not surprisingly, exhaustion was allegedly just a cover-up for the real reason the former actress couldn't function: The rehab alum was under "the strong influence of alcohol," a source told Life.

Lohan "had tried Russian vodka" and was in "bad shape," unnamed studio employees told the site.

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She must have sobered up at some point, because the episode aired on Russian TV a few days later.

During the interview, Lohan accused her former fiancé of "strangling" her, and claimed she had even feared Tarabosov would throw acid in her face during a nasty fight. ( exclusively caught the two on camera engaged in a physical brawl over the summer.)

The notorious diva, who split from Tarabosov after accusing him of cheating with a hooker in late July, was difficult even before arriving to Russia. She allegedly demanded $860,000 and a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin before agreeing to do the show.

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