Lindsay Lohan taken to hospital by Samantha Ronson

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Saturday, 21 November 2009

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Lidsay Lohan was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital by her ex-lover Samantha Ronson because of gerbilling.

When in the emergency room Lohan was too embarrassed to provide an accurate history but provided the examining doctor with a clue: "There might be something in my body." The initial examination revealed a non-tender abdomen, but a further exam revealed stained stool and a dark mass.

Ronson told the doctor that Lohan was gerbilling at home and something went wrong.

The doctor not understanding what gerbilling meant asked the head nurse in the ER for an explanation. She told him it had something to do with dipping cotton balls into vodka and then swallowing as many cotton balls as possible.

The activity is supposed to provide intense sensation to the person as the mass is passed out.

When the mass was pulled out in the ER, the medical staff was shocked to hear high pitch squeak squeak noises. It was discovered not to be regular gerbilling but a new type of super gerbilling activity.

She was given the ok by the doctor to go home. The medical staff told reporters that she was doing fine and there appeared to be no serious problems.

Ronson drove her home ignoring reporters that were following the car.

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