Lindsay Lohan’s mother Dina has lost the actress’ childhood Long Island home to foreclosure after fighting off the bank for years.
Lindsay had previously tried to stave off the bank, giving her mom $40,000, in October 2012, but her mother is now in arrears to the tune of $1.5million as of December 12.
According to court documents, a New York judge has ordered the home go up for auction in the next 90 days, according to The Blast.
Lindsay Lohan’s mother Dina (pictured together) lost the actress’ childhood home to foreclosure
The two-story single family home (pictured) boasts a pool, three-and-a-half bathrooms, and garage that fits three cars
Dina defaulted on the mortgage and failed to respond to a foreclosure lawsuit.
In 2013, Dina was sued by JPMorgan Chase for foreclosure, but she and the bank were able to hammer out a deal and the lawsuit was put on hold.
That lawsuit claimed Dina ‘failed to comply with the conditions of the mortgage … by failing to pay portions of principal, interest or taxes, assessments, water rates, insurance premiums, escrow and/or other charges.’
Lindsay giving Dina money in 2012 became public knowledge when her father released a phone call he had recorded of his daughter talking about it.
In the phone conversation with her father, Michael Lohan, she said: ‘I was like, ”Give me my money back! Give me my 40 grand back that I just gave you!”’
The foreclosure lawsuit says the home will be auctioned off after Dina failed to respond
When he asked why she gave her mother the money, Lindsay said: ‘Because she needs it to keep the house.’
Dina bought the home for $650,000 in 2004 but then took out a $1.3 million loan on the property where Lindsay, 31, and her siblings Michael Jr., 29, Ali, 23, and Dakota, 20, lived as children.
The home boasts a pool, three and a half baths, and a three car garage.