Spokeswoman Leslie Sloane-Zelnik says Lohan's home was broken into Sunday while the actress and her younger sister, Ali, were away. "Many of her personal belongings were taken without remorse," the rep says. "Lindsay and her sister Ali Lohan were fortunate that they weren't in the home when this incident happened."
Lindsay's father, Michael Lohan, said that a safe was ripped off a wall in the home and that a couple of watches were taken, and that he believes the theft was "an inside job" because employees for his daughter had failed to turn on the house burglar alarm.
"I'm not going to put up with individuals violating my family," the father was quoted as saying. "This is a personal violation and it has got to stop."
"[Lindsay] is not OK. She's very upset and feels extremely violated. I'm just happy Ali and Lindsay weren't home at the time. But I feel that they were kept out of the house for a reason," Michael says.
"I'm sick of people bugging my daughter and using her. This is not the first time she's been robbed," Michael goes on, adding that he hired private investigators so he can work alongside police.
A previous burglary attempt was reported there in May, police said. According to TMZ the suspects in that incident apparently were frightened off by the alarm, but not before intruders were captured on videotape trying to gain entry.