Just three days after prosecutors decided not to file charges against Lindsay Lohan for an alleged scuffle at the Betty Ford Center, the 911 call from the night in question was released, RadarOnline.com reports. The shocking six-minute call is full of yelling and expletives.

The incident occurred on December 10, 2010 when Betty Ford worker Dawn Holland accused Lohan and two other girls of violating curfew and drinking.

"I'm sorry... I'm really uncomfortable with the woman that's in our house. I've never seen her before and she's freaking me out," Lohan told the 911 operator. Holland gets on the phone and says she wants to speak to the operator but not until Lohan gets off the phone. A scuffle is heard and the two are heard yelling expletives.

"She tried to snatch the phone from me, hit me with the other phone she had and then here she pushes me in front of Kelly and in front of Catherine. I'm done with her," Holland said.

Much of the call entails Holland and Lohan screaming at each other until Holland gets back on the phone and describes what happened.