Scoop: Paris Hilton warns Lindsay Lohan over attack on brother

InstagramParis Hilton says Lindsay Lohan had her brother

Get ready for a Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton cage match, because Hilton has reportedly declared war on LiLo. Her brother, Barron Hilton, was partying in Miami this past weekend when Lohan allegedly confronted him for “talking trash,” according to TMZ.

Barron claims Lohan then “masterminded” an attack on him by her pals in which he was beaten so severely that he ended up in the emergency room. Lohan denies being there at all, but TMZ has video of her outside the shindig on the day in question. Paris posted a pic of her brother’s battered face on Instagram with the ominous words, “They both will pay for what they did. No one [bleeps] with my family and gets away with it.” The cops have identified the alleged puncher but haven’t been able to track Lohan down to question her about the incident.FeaturesGossipLindsay LohanParis Hilton

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