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Lindsay Lohan Exhaustion, Dehydration: Actress Speaks After Health Scare

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When reports broke Friday afternoon that paramedics rushed to Lindsay Lohan's Marina del Rey hotel room after the actress was found non-responsive, fans feared the worst. But, as it turns out, Lohan, who has been hard at work on her forthcoming Lifetime film "Liz and Dick," was just tired and a little thirsty.

"Note to self.. After working 85hours in 4days, and being up all night shooting, be very aware that you might pass out from exhaustion & 7 paramedics MIGHT show up @ your door.... Hopefully theyre cute. Otherwise it would be a real let down. XL @mrsalperez -back on set," Lohan tweeted early Saturday morning.

Although reports that Lohan was transported to a hospital when she was found "unconscious" by paramedics flooded the Internet, the actress' rep, Steve Honig, released a statement that paramedics left Lohan's hotel room after discovering that she was in no danger; she was never admitted to a hospital.

"Lindsay worked a grueling schedule the past few days. She was on set last night at 7 pm and worked through the night until 8 am this morning. She took a nap before shooting her final scene. Producers were concerned when she did not come out of her room and called paramedics as a precaution. Lindsay was examined and is fine, but did suffer some exhaustion and dehydration. Lindsay was never taken to a hospital; reports to the contrary are false. She is resting now and is hoping to be back on set later this afternoon."

Lindsay's mother, Dina Lohan, confirmed to The Huffington Post that after the ordeal, her exhausted daughter was at home sleeping.

"Yes, she's OK," Dina said. "She was working through the night and wrapped at 6:15 this morning. She's home now sleeping. She's doing a great job."

Lohan, who has recently been known for her spotty on-set work ethic, is certainly turning a new leaf.

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