Say goodbye to Lindsay Lohan's childhood, because it's officially gone — literally. The New York home that LiLo grew up in has been sold after Lindsay's mom, Dina Lohan, lost the property for failing to pay the mortgage.
According to The Blast, Dina did not respond to the foreclosure lawsuit, so a judge — who was overseeing the case — ordered the home to be sold off in a public auction. The publication reported that Dina has been trying to salvage the home for years, and while the timeline is unclear, Lindsay allegedly gave her mother $40,000 in hopes to save the house. Unfortunately, her daughter's contribution wasn't enough.
In 2013, JPMorgan Chase sued Dina for foreclosure, however, both sides worked out an agreement that put the legal dispute on hold. But as of Dec. 12, 2017, Dina still owed more than $1 million dollars on the home, which was supposed to be paid in October 2017. At the beginning of 2018, the bank reopened the lawsuit and demanded they get the property back.
Dina allegedly did not appear for the court date and has yet to make a comment about the situation. This isn't the first time this particular home has made headlines, either. In 2012, police were called to the Long Island abode after Lindsay and Dina got into a verbal disagreement.
"At 8:06 a.m. [police] got a call for a domestic disturbance," Nassau County Police told People at the time. "There had been some sort of verbal dispute between Lindsay and her mother that took place in a limo that was coming from NYC." Neither Dina nor Lindsay were arrested, and the two were allegedly seen hugging after the altercation.
The Mean Girls actress hasn't actually lived in the home for years — or the US, for that matter. She currently resides in Dubai where she said she isn't "scrutinized" all the time. "I love living in New York, but I do love the serenity and peace that I find living in the Middle East," Lindsay told Entertainment Tonight. "There are no cameras in Dubai and I can actually focus on what I want to do in life."
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