People get your facts straight, she did die LOS ANGELES — Actress Lindsay Lohan has died at the age of 23 from what is believed to be cocaine-induced cardiac arrest, according to the Los Angeles County coroner. Police say they received a call just before 6 p.m. EST that Lohan had been transported from a gentlemen's club in North Hollywood to Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center in Burbank, Calif., where she was pronounced dead, LAPD Sgt. Michael Cammert said Wednesday. Witnesses at the the Blue Zebra Cabaret, claim Lohan entered the club early in the afternoon accompanied by three African American males. Lohan and her companions then allegedly insufflated large quantities of cocaine. Bouncers at the club were apparently aware of the illicit activity, but turned a blind eye. Lohan was reportedly led on-stage by several dancers and hosed down repeatedly with milk, at which time she began performing lapdances for the club's patron's. After several dances, Lohan collapsed into convulsions and paramedics were called to the scene. No official statement has been released by Lohan's family at this time.