Police were called to the family home for a "domestic incident"
Lindsay Lohan has found herself in trouble with the law again.
Police were called to Lohan’s childhood home in Mineola, N.Y. on Wednesday morning after the actress was involved in an altercation with her mother, Dina, PEOPLE confirms.
“At 8:06 a.m. [police] got a call for a domestic disturbance. There had been some sort of verbal dispute between Lindsay and her mother that took place in a limo that was coming from New York City,” a spokesperson for the Nassau County Police Department says.
“There were no arrests, no police action. It just goes down as a domestic incident. That is that – we don’t have any [injuries or damage].”
So what happened in the limo? A source tells PEOPLE: “At some point on the way home [from New York City], [Lindsay] wanted to get out of the car and the limo driver wouldn’t let her out, so she called her father, who called 911.”
However, on Wednesday afternoon the mother and daughter seemed to have patched things up. The pair were snapped hugging outside of Dina’s home.
Lohan, 26, who plays Elizabeth Taylor in the upcoming Lifetime movie Liz & Dick, recently said she identifies with the late actress and the struggles of celebrity.
“I relate to her on a lot of levels,” Lohan said. “Living in the public eye, dealing with the stress of what other people say, whether it’s true or not.”
• Reporting by MARY GREEN