Marc Jacobs Kicks Lindsay Lohan Out Of His Fashion Week After Party

The after parties for big designer runway presentations are normally as A-list as it gets, but Lindsay Lohan was unceremoniously kicked out of the biggest one of the week: Marc Jacobs.

Of course, fashion week parties have been a touchy subject for Lohan since Wednesday night, when she was alleged to have thrown a full drink (glass and all!) at a photographer covering V Magazine‘s Liz Taylor themed party at The Standard Hotel in New York. Styleite attended the party, and while we didn’t see the actual glass throwing, we did see the poor girl whose night ended in a bloody mess when she slipped and fell on the shattered glass, cutting her arm.

Wanting to avoid the same fate for one (or possibly more) of their guests, the people who organized Marc Jacobs party are said to have set up checkpoints to prevent La Lohan from getting in — or at least that’s what we hear from Observer reporter Nate Freeman, who attended the party. Nevertheless, Women’s Wear Daily tweeted at 11:15 last night that Lohan was making her way through the party, where attendees no doubt allowed her a wide berth, so as not to incur her wrath. Lohan made it all of six minutes before being bounced from the party — WWD tweeted again at 11:21 to say that she had left.

But none of this surprises us all that much, given just how things happened the night before. After Lindsay threw a glass at photographer Jaspin Rischen at the V Magazine party, she reportedly headed to the Electric Room at the Dream Downtown hotel. Photographer Todd Eberle told Page Six that Lohan threw a drink at him, too, which landed on his laptop. Eberle said, with sarcasm, “I’m thrilled to be a part of Ms. Lohan’s colorful history!”

Yeah. We say good move on Jacobs’ part, and thank goodness no one else had to get hurt.

[Page Six, WWD Twitter]

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