Lindsay Lohan Describes 'Humiliating' Breakup

After split with DJ Samantha Ronson, the actress says 'everyone's turned on me.'

Just a day after Lindsay Lohan confirmed that she and DJ Samantha Ronson had broken up, the actress says she's feeling "so alone" without Sam by her side.

"It's absolute hell," Lohan says in the new issue of Us Weekly, describing the events of this past weekend as "humiliating." She continues that on Friday night, when she wasn't allowed into a party for Sam's sister Charlotte Ronson at the Chateau Marmont, was "the worst night of my life."

According to Us, Sam broke it off with Lohan on Friday and then hired five security guards to keep her out of the Chateau. Lohan told the magazine that she was also shunned by other partygoers as they made their way in.

"Everyone's turned on me," she said, adding that Nicole Richie walked by her and said, "Uck," while Drea De Matteo said, "Come at me, bitch."

"I felt like I was in 'Mean Girls,' but worse," Lohan told Us. " 'Mean Girls' was a movie."

Among the many stories about what happened between Lohan and Ronson in the past few days, Us reported that on Saturday Ronson changed the locks on the home shared by the couple. "I'm not a bad person and this is what happens," Lohan said. "I was raised to treat people well, and I'm so tired of this drama."

Sources told the magazine that Ronson has been trying to break up with Lohan for the past month, but Lohan "threatens to kill herself -- she cares about her but wants out."

When told about it, Lohan responded, "I'm just really hurt. The whole situation is sick."