Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina were turned away from two California hotels on Wednesday after being blacklisted, according to reports.
Before both Lohan women settled into their rooms at the Beverly Hill Hotel in preparation for Lindsay's court hearing, they were allegedly turned down by two other California hotels.
Dina Lohan attempted to check in at the Shutters hotel on the Beach in Santa Monica on Wednesday night when she was informed that her daughter had been put on the blacklist, TMZ reported. Lohan allegedly trashed a room at the hotel in 2007.
The mother and daughter then attempted to check in at the nearby Loews Hotel, where they were also turned away. Dina Lohan was told that there were no rooms available.
The pair had arrived at around 1 a.m., just hours before Lindsay's 8:30 a.m. court date. Lohan attempted to get out of the court hearing by telling the judge that she was too sick to fly.
Lindsay's lawyer, Mark Heller, submitted documentation stating the Lohan was suffering from an upper respiratory infection. The papers stated that Lohan could not fly for her own safety and the safety of others the report read.
It was later unveiled that Lohan had spent the day shopping in Soho before she obtained a doctor's note for being sick. After discovering that she could be arrested for lying and not appearing in court, Lindsay and her mother booked an immediate flight from New York.