Dina Lohan, Lindsay's Mom, Denied Free Ice Cream, Calls Cops

Dina Lohan was denied a free Carvel ice cream cake in Long Island on Wednesday, and she called the cops to report the store.

Dina, Lindsay's mom, ordered a cake for son Cody's 14th birthday, and tried to get it for free with Lindsay's Carvel "Black" Card, a promotional gift that entitles Lindsay to free ice cream for 75 years.

Lindsay was not present, the store asked for ID, and Dina was denied the freebie. The store employee then took the card.

Dina's response? To call the police on Carvel.

Dina then told Radar:

"Finally he gave up and gave me my card back. But he told me, 'You can have the card, but you can't have the cake!'

"It just shows how we [Lohans] get treated so much worse than regular people."

Carvel then released a statement holding their ground.

"Unfortunately, the Lohan family has been abusing the card. While the card was issued in Lindsay's name only, her extended family has repeatedly used the card without her present. At first, we graciously honored their requests while explaining that the Black Card was not a carte blanche for unlimited Carvel Ice Cream for the extended Lohan family and friends. After more than six months of numerous and large orders for ice cream, we finally had to cut off the card and take it back.