Lindsay Lohan A “Mess” After Post-Rehab “All-Night Rager” with Max George?

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Lindsay Lohan is back partying again just over a week after leaving rehab,” alleges the New York Post. According to the outlet, “The actress partied all night with The Wanted’s Max George in Los Angeles before being helped out of the bash by security at 7 a.m. yesterday.”

The “all-night rager” is said to have started late Wednesday at the Mondrian Hotel in West Hollywood. A “source” for the Post claims, “The party went on all night long and was so loud that guests were complaining. Lindsay was there with Max George. The Wanted have been staying at the Mondrian for days, and Lindsay, who briefly dated Max a while back, was partying with the band.”

“There were so many complaints about the noise that hotel staff had to shut the party down and Lindsay had to be taken out of there by security at 7 a.m.,” adds the same Post source. “She was with her sister [Ali], and people who saw Lindsay when she left the hotel said she looked a total mess. She looked so beat up.”

Really? Because every other story since Lohan exited her 90-day rehab stint last month has portrayed the actress as sober and well-behaved. Nor have there been any pictures of a “beat up”-looking Lohan allegedly being escorted from any “all-night rager” on Wednesday, nor did any outlets in Los Angeles report anything like that on Thursday.

We were skeptical of the Post story, and a source close to Lohan tells Gossip Cop the report is a “total lie.” We’re assured the actress “did not drink” and was absolutely not forced to leave by security. Meanwhile, a rep for Lohan tells Gossip Cop, “Although Lindsay did visit her good friend Max, this is otherwise a completely false story.” Lohan is said to have gone to bed early and been at her scheduled therapy session on time early Thursday.

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