Twitter tirade has made actress Lindsay Lohan unwelcome in India and Los Angeles, says the tabloid New York Post.
Quoting a British newspaper, it said on Saturday that the troubled actress faces ban from India for visa violations while filming a BBC documentary on child labour in December.
The actress worked in India while on a tourist visa, it said.
Under Indian laws, a work visa is required for any non-tourist activity. She also outraged Indian social activists for claiming her role in freeing child workers in Delhi.
These activists say she was nowhere near when 40 child workers were saved from sweatshops.
After India, another place where the actress is unwelcome is Los Angeles, the tabloid said.
The paper said the actress went on a Twitter tirade after security guards didn't let her in LA club Trousdale.
After bouncers barred her because her name wasn't on the list for a private party being held there, Lohan twittered that she was simply trying to say hello to a friend, wrote the tabloid.
"I've never been treated so poorly in my life, this is why I never come to LA... Aren't they supposed to 'protect' us? Rather than man-handle and scare us (girls)?" she reportedly wrote on Twitter.
"That was scary, mean, arrogant, and unnecessarily aggressive. I pick New York just like Jay-Z," she added.