Lindsay Lohan had surgery to remove her appendix on Thursday afternoon, a source close to Lohan confirmed to Access Hollywood.
According to reports, the 20-year-old actress had gone to a doctor when she wasn’t feeling well and was diagnosed with appendicitis.
Lindsay’s mom, Dina Lohan, sent a personal e-mail to Access Hollywood to let us knowher daughter was back at “home sweet home.”
“Lindsay is recovering quickly and is eager to get back to work. The doctors and nurses are extremely happy with her quick recovery. Thank you for your prayers and support,” Dina wrote.
Lohan, whose film credits include “Bobby,” “A Prairie Home Companion,” “Mean Girls” and “Freaky Friday,” was treated for several hours at a Los Angeles area hospital last July for overheating and dehydration after being overcome by the heat on the set of “Georgia Rule.”
She was treated at hospitals twice in January 2006 — in London for a cut on her leg and in the Miami area for an asthma attack. In 2005, she was hospitalized for exhaustion and lost a noticeable amount of weight.
As a result of Thursday’s surgery, the source told Access that Lindsay will miss a few days of filming her new movie “I Know Who Killed Me.”
However, it wasn’t all bad news for Lindsay on Thursday, as “Bobby” earned a Screen Actors Guild nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture.
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