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Hollywood Unions Investigate 'Liz and Dick' After Lindsay Lohan's "Exhaustion and Deydration"

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Jun. 21 2012, Published 7:45 a.m. ET

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It looks like Lindsay Lohan's latest shenanigans are being investigated, with a possibility of parties to blame other than herself.

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Last Friday morning, it was reported that Lindsay was unconscious and unresponsive in a Marina del Ray hotel room. While some people assumed Lindsay had succumbed to all her bad habits, when the paramedics were called, the Liz & Dick actress told authorities she was just "exhausted" from a night of shooting.

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Her publicist said she'd been working from 7 p.m. until 8 the next morning, grueling hours that also left two crew members in the hospital suffering from the same malaise. These reports got the attention of two Hollywood unions that are now looking into the working conditions on the Lifetime biopic, which was only given a few short weeks to shoot.

Lindsay tweeted after the hotel room debacle on Friday: "After working 85hours in 4days, and being up all night shooting, be very aware that you might pass out from exhaustion & 7 paramedics MIGHT show up at your door."

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Union reps saw this and told The Hollywood Reporter that if Lindsay is indeed working 85 hours in four days, those hours exceed union and labor laws.

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Meanwhile, Liz & Dick producer Larry Thompson said the production is in "total compliance with all guild regulations."

If nothing else, the production has one famous fan.

Woody Allen told Extra that Lindsay is a "wonderful actress" and photos of her as Liz Taylor "look great" and "should be very effective."

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