Lindsay Lohan allegedly linked to beating of Paris Hilton’s brother during Art Basel

Paris Hilton's brother, Barron Hilton, posted this photo of his injured face on his Instagram account.
Paris Hilton's brother, Barron Hilton, posted this photo of his injured face on his Instagram account.
Instagram/Barron Hilton

Socialite Paris Hilton has a warning for Lindsay Lohan – watch your back.

This after Lohan, 24, allegedly ordered a male friend to beat up Hilton’s little brother, according to

Lohan, visiting Miami Beach for Art Basel, allegedly ordered the attack after Barron Hilton reportedly bad mouthed her at a party at a private mansion where she was staying while in town.

Barron Hilton reportedly told police that Lohan and a male friend approached him at the party and she started screaming, “You talk sh*t about me to my boyfriend, this is what you get,” according to TMZ.

A short time later, Lohan’s male friend reportedly began to beat Hilton, according to the celebrity website.

On Saturday, Barron Hilton posted a photograph of his battered face on Instagram.

When Paris Hilton saw the picture, she posted online, “They both will pay for what they did. No one f***s with my family and gets away with it!!”

Lohan and her father have denied she had anything to do with the attack and said she had left the party before Barron Hilton was attacked.

Michael Lohan claims they have several witnesses who will back up their story, according to

A video obtained by, however, seems to contradict their version of events: It shows Lohan sitting in an SUV being confronted by Hilton right after the attack.

On the video, Lohan can be heard saying she saw nothing and then taunting Hilton.

According to TMZ, Barron Hilton told the police he didn’t know the name of the man who attacked him but he was sure that Lohan was behind it.

Miami Beach police could not be immediately reached for comment.

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