Days after her breakup with Samantha Ronson, Lindsay Lohan says she's in "absolute hell."
"Everyone's turned on me," she told Us in a series of wide-ranging and sometimes tearful interviews. "I'm a f--king 22-year-old girl who's in love. I felt like I was in Mean Girls, but worse: Mean Girls was a movie."
On Friday, the two broke up after a relationship of almost two years, though they barely confirmed it during its duration. Lohan was denied entry to a Ronson family party at Los Angeles nightspot Chateau Marmont. Lohan called it "the worst night of my life."
On Monday, members of the Ronson family visited a Beverly Hills police station to inquire about obtaining a restraining order. An officer declined to say whether or not it involved Lohan, and Ronson's lawyer subsequently said she had "no plan" to seek court intervention.
"I'm not a bad person and this is what happens," Lohan said. "I was raised to treat people well, and I'm so tired of this drama." She added that she feels "so alone."
Lohan said she felt alienated not just from Ronson, but from other celebs she encountered the night of the Ronson event. "I'm just really hurt!" she said. "The whole situation is sick."
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