RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) -- A rehab worker is heard on a newly released recording telling a 911 operator that Lindsay Lohan hit her and telling the actress to pack her bags to leave rehab during a December argument.
The worker, Dawn Holland, told the dispatcher that Lohan was among three girls caught leaving the rehab center improperly.
Authorities released the call Friday, three days after prosecutors announced they had decided not to charge Lohan with misdemeanor battery, citing insufficient evidence.
Police responded to a Betty Ford Center facility in Palm Desert, east of Los Angeles, early Dec. 12 to investigate Holland's claims.
Lohan is also heard on the call, saying Holland is "freaking me out."
She and Holland are heard yelling at each other throughout the six-minute call.
By ANTHONY McCARTNEY
AP Entertainment Writer