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Gossip: Lindsay Lohan

Los Angeles police officers who’ve had direct experience with Lindsay Lohan’s “erratic behavior” have considered committing her to a psychiatric institution without her consent, said TMZ.com.

Los Angeles police officers who’ve had direct experience with Lindsay Lohan’s “erratic behavior” have considered committing her to a psychiatric institution without her consent, said TMZ.com. After one of Lohan’s recent nights of partying, cops discussed calling in a “5150”—police code for placing someone on involuntary psychiatric hold—but decided she didn’t yet meet the legal criteria. Friends and family worry that “something terrible will happen” if Lohan doesn’t get help soon.

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