Stephen M. Silverman
May 25, 2004 09:00 AM

Lindsay Lohan’s parents’ house on New York’s Long Island was apparently the scene of some sort of domestic disturbance, according to police, who were called there Sunday night.

But just what happened there remains unclear, according to New York’s Daily News and the New York Post.

As for what is known, Nassau County authorities responded to a call from the Merrick, L.I., home of Michael and Dina Lohan at around 6:30 p.m. Sunday night.

Afterwards, one person, who remains unidentified, was treated at a local hospital for lacerations, the Post reports. Meanwhile, police denied to the Daily News that a stabbing had occurred in the house.

No arrests have been made.

Leslie Sloane, a rep for the 17-year-old Mean Girls star, said Lindsay was visiting from her home in California to join her parents and siblings – brother Michael, 16, and sister Ali, 10 – for the first communion of the youngest in the family, Dakota, 7, at the family church.

The Post reports that the celebration was interrupted in the parents’ home by a disturbance between two male relatives, though Lindsay was visiting an aunt at the time of the alleged incident and “had nothing to do with it.” Sloane told the Daily News, “None of the children were in the house at the time. The children were … spending time with their cousins.”

By Monday, Lindsay reportedly had flown home to California.

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