While other celebrities were enjoying free booze at the Golden Globes this weekend, Lindsay Lohan and her sister Ali were kicked out of a bar for ingesting so much booze that she got racist and violent, an employee told Page Six. Lohan and Ali visited Manhattan's VBar on Friday night, and at some point, they took over the bathroom and were in there for 20 minutes. That's when the bartender finally knocked on the door and asked them to leave.
Lohan apparently burst forth from the bathroom, eyes aglaze, and started shouting "racist insults" at the bartender. According to a patron who talked to RadarOnline,
...she started yelling at the bartender – who is originally from West Africa – ‘This is New York. You’re not from here.’ What stunned everyone is when she was talking to him in a mock African accent and she kept asking him if he was from Ghana.
The Page Six report also makes it clear that she asked this in a mocking tone, although it's not clear why coming from a country considered an international success story would be embarrassing. Another customer then tried to intervene and she "spat" in their face.
After the Lohan sisters were tossed, a member of Lindsay's entourage went back to the bar and threatened to beat up the bartender, according to onlookers. Four cops then came by to kick the friends out.
The bartender has said that he will not press charges at this time. If this does go to court, however, at least Lohan can try and blame her twin.