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(CBS) Did a broken heart lead Lindsay Lohan to check herself into rehab?

Sources tell the New York Daily News that the starlet's unreciprocated love for actor James Franco is what sent her over the edge and into the Wonderland Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

Franco, most recognizable for playing Harry Osborn in the "Spider-Man" movies, brought the actress to tears when he ignored her at Prince's Golden Globes party at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on Monday night, a guest tells the newspaper.

The "Bobby" star first met the California-bred actor at the premiere party for "A Prairie Home Companion" at the New York's Hudson Hotel, the newspaper says.

"She was really taken with him," says another source. "She and her friends were going on to Bungalow 8, and he went along."

She arrived at Prince's party with her manager and another friend.

"But she was mostly solo for the whole night," the source says. "Most people were in a good mood — except for her. She seemed lost. She was trying to get James' attention, and he wouldn't give her anything. She was smoking a lot, not drinking in front of him, and then she went into a bedroom. From there, she went back to trying to get James' attention again, and he was ignoring her. She ran out crying, with the girlfriend following her."

Lohan was reportedly found passed out in a hotel hallway about 6 a.m.

The pair got chummy when they filmed a trailer for the film "Holiday." People magazine also reported that back in October they did a little clubbing. The newspaper reports that Franco even refused a pricey watch Lohan tried to give him as gift, and now she wears it and allegedly it serves as a painful reminder.

The 28-year-old actor previously dated rocker and actress Marla Sokoloff and "is very happy in his relationship with his girlfriend," a source tells the Daily News.

While Lohan's mother, Dina, won't say why her daughter is in rehab, the Wonderland Center where Lohan is staying specializes in treating addictive disorders such as love addiction.

In an interview airing on "Entertainment Tonight" on Friday evening Dina says, "the positive thing is that somebody's trying to help themselves."
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