Lohan fuming over club snub

Lindsay Lohan. (WENN.COM)

Lindsay Lohan. (WENN.COM)

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, Last Updated: 12:29 PM ET

Lindsay Lohan was left fuming outside a club in Los Angeles on Thursday night after the bouncers refused to let her in.

The Mean Girls actress had to stand outside the Trousdale in Hollywood for 15 minutes while the venue's security guards decided whether to grant her entry.

And she was so angry about the incident, she took to her Twitter.com page to rant about it - insisting she was "scared" when she was left outside surrounded by paparazzi and "random" people.

In a series of Twitter posts, she writes, "I've never been treated so poorly in my life, this is why I never come to L.A. - isn't security, after I respect them and their work and tip - aren't they supposed to protect us? Rather than man-handle and scare us (girls)? Not to mention, I was heading to bed & got attacked by paps & randoms at a place (the club) where I was simply going to say hi 2 my friend from NYC. That was scary, mean, arrogant, and unnecessarily aggressive. I pick New York just like Jay-Z... Wouldn't you?"

A rep for the club tells celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, "(It) was a private event with a guest list. The lounge is open for business on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, so any events on other nights are private."


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