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Lindsay Lohan would be much happier if today’s headlines were about how she completed her community service, not about her alleged hit-and-run accident on Wednesday morning. She is now calling reports that she hit a night club manager a “complete lie” on her Twitter page.
According to The New York Post, the 25-year-old actress finished her service at the Los Angeles County morgue later Wednesday. The paper also reports that Lohan seems to have also gone to her court-ordered counseling. She still has one more court appearance on March 29, which will probably go as smoothly as last month’s appearance, unless charges come from Wednesday’s incident. Judge Stephanie Sautner told her last month that she is “in the home stretch” of her probation sentence for theft.
She wrote that it is “...a complete lie. I've been at community service. Last night, I attempted to wish a friend happy birthday, which I didn't even get to do because I was freaked out by all of the paparazzi. These false accusations are absurd.”
A person who claims to be an eyewitness corroborated Lohan’s story, telling TMZ that Lohan did not hit another car or the manager.
Even police said in a statement that the case was closed and no one was hurt.
However, the manager apparently still wants to press charges. RadarOnline reports that the manager did go to a hospital and is going to file a police report. “The manager is claiming that he is having trouble walking, and that Lindsay ran over his foot. The alleged victim is in the process of filing a police report, and there are two uniformed LAPD cops at his bedside, and he is in the process of relaying his version of events,” a source told the site.