Lohan celebrates freedom with hummus

LINDSAY Lohan insists she stuck to "yummy hummus and pita" on her first night of freedom.

The actress completed 35 days of house arrest at her Los Angeles home this week and started 480 hours of community service – both part of her sentence for stealing an expensive necklace and violating terms of her 2007 conviction for driving under the influence (DUI) – but while she went to a gathering for her friend, Lyndsy Fonseca, afterward, insists she wasn't partying too hard.

After speculation she had been drinking at the party - which she is free to do, as her court ordered testing for alcohol has finished – and stumbling over on her way out of Lexington Social House in the early hours of this morning (30.06.11), Lindsay posted a picture of a pair of high heeled shoes along with a message on twitter.

The message read: "Of course me going to my best friends going away dinner is a headline - especially on my first day out of my house in 35 days.

"That does not give anyone the right to have a field day and manifest stories. IT WAS A GOING AWAY DINNER, THAT WAS IT (sic).

"Nothing exciting happened aside from the very yummy hummus and pita.

If anyone caused me to nearly fall it was the pyschotic paparazzi... off to the gym now- have a lovely day xo (sic)."

Lindsay – who has recently insisted alcohol is not part of her life - has also cancelled her planned 25th birthday party this weekend, to instead have a "quiet" meal with family and close friends.

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