Lindsay Lohan: Neighbors happy 'hurricane' has moved from Venice
Lindsay Lohan has moved out of the Venice pad she's been living in for the last year, and it seems the neighbors couldn't be more pleased.
"Lohan was like a hurricane, or some other natural disaster tearing through the neighborhood," one former neighbor told Radar Online.
Ouch. But LiLo didn't head out on the neighbors' account. According to TMZ, she was freaked out and felt unsafe after a male stranger knocked on her door on New Year's Day, and has been at the Chateau Marmont ever since that trespassing incident. The moving vans (yes, plural) that showed up Tuesday and Wednesday were moving her stuff into storage.
"Goodbye to her and all her drama," another former neighbor told Radar. "Since she moved here it's been a complete circus with a revolving door of friends in and out of her house and paparazzi camped out permanently. Everyone was so sick of her."
(Remember the parade of friends visiting while she was under house arrest? Heck, even we were annoyed by that, and we're nowhere close to Venice.)
Lonnie Short, the man who knocked on her door in January and wouldn't go away until police responded reportedly wanted to talk to the actress about David Cocordan. Lohan was granted a two-year restraining order against Cocordan in June.
Lohan moved into the 3,100-square-foot, four-bedroom joint -- located right next door to ex Sam Ronson's pad -- in January of last year.
-- Christie D'Zurilla
Photo: Lindsay Lohan arrives at the Weinstein Co.'s 2012 Golden Globe Awards after-party at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles on Jan. 15. Credit: Katy Winn / Associated Press