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How Lindsay Lohan Changed the LA Bar Scene

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Cory Kennedy got bounced from Teddy's at the Roosevelt Hotel, thanks to Lindsay Lohan. Your fake ID didn't work because the bouncer looked a little closer this time because of Lindsay Lohan. According to the New York Times, “the door people everywhere in Hollywood are being really strict with IDs now... It’s changed since the Lindsay incident:”

The incident, in which the actress Lindsay Lohan, 20, crashed her car in Hollywood and was arrested at 5:30 a.m. on May 27 on charges of drunk driving, has stirred the night life world here. Days after the incident, the State Alcoholic Beverage Control Board said it would investigate the possibility that she was served illegally and that it is seeking a 15-day license suspension of the Hollywood nightclub Mood. A hearing is pending. (Ms. Lohan was not spotted at Teddy’s before being arrested.)

Then came the random and typical New Yorker jab at LA Public Transit:

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“It’s too bad that there’s no transportation in Los Angeles and drivers are so expensive,” said Annie Zee, 21, a student from New York. “I feel like I need to be more responsible about drinking when I visit here, but ...”

Didn't she realize she could have taken the Holly Trolley around in circles until she sobered up? Oh wait... Shit.

Photo by Lindsey Spirit via Flickr.