LOS ANGELES - Lindsay Lohan's publicist says the actress has been treated for dehydration and exhaustion after an overnight film shoot led producers to summon paramedics for the starlet.
Publicist Steve Honig says Lohan will likely return to the set of the Lifetime film "Liz and Dick" later Friday.
Fire officials confirmed they were summoned to a hotel in Marina del Rey on Friday morning around 10:15 a.m., but that they did not transport anyone to the hospital. They said they could not identify the patient.
Honig says Lohan has had a "grueling schedule" in recent days and took a nap Friday morning before shooting a scene. He says producers became concerned after she did not come out of her room when expected.
Lifetime declined comment.
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