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Lindsay Lohan snubbed by clubs

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Lindsay Lohan was "shaken up" after being refused entry to a number of nightclubs on Friday (01.31.14).

The troubled actress has reportedly been banned from several New York nightspots following a series of incidents, including claiming her fur coat had been stolen, but still tried to gain admission to two - and was stunned to be turned away.

A source at nightspot 1Oak said: "She stared the doorman down and was surprised that they wouldn't let her in. She was definitely shaken up."

Lindsay also tried to get into new venue Up & Down - where revellers at the weekend included Ryan Phillippe, Bar Refaeli and Paris Hilton - but was again turned away.

A source told the New York Post newspaper: "She turned away to her friends and looked really embarrassed."

The 'Mean Girls' star had claimed one half of her two-piece fur coat went missing from inside 1Oak last Wednesday (01.29.14), but the club insisted she hadn't lost anything.

However, the 27-year-old actress got the $75,000 garment back after Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice,who was at Lindsay's table, found the fur and took it home for safe keeping, before Lindsay's representatives picked it up the following day.

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