Lindsay Lohan Hospitalized After Asthma Attack

Singer/actress had trouble breathing due to Miami's humidity, rep says.

Lindsay Lohan has been hospitalized in Miami after suffering an asthma attack on Monday night, but she's fine now, according to her rep.

Lohan was in Miami to celebrate New Year's Eve by hosting a party at the nightclub Prive. But a few days later, the city's humidity got to her and she had trouble breathing, the spokesperson said. She sought help from a doctor, who suggested she get herself to the emergency room. Lohan had been diagnosed with bronchial asthma as a child, her rep said, but she hasn't had an attack in years.

"It's the first attack since I've known her," spokesperson Leslie Sloane Zelnick said. "She's had attacks before, but not that many, and not recently. She's taking it easy now, she's resting comfortably. She's just tired and not feeling too good. It took a lot out of her."

Lohan is expected to be in the hospital for at least a few days but should be back in New York soon to start shooting her next film, "Chapter 27," her rep said (see "Lindsay Lohan, Jared Leto Teaming Up For John Lennon Film").

Lohan was hospitalized in October following a car accident and in 2004 for a high fever and exhaustion (see "Lindsay Lohan Taken To Hospital After Car Accident" and "Lindsay Lohan Hospitalized, Undergoing Tests").