Lindsay Lohan went out to clarify the allegations on his car touched the knee of a pedestrian in Hollywood.
Lindsay Lohan said the allegations about his car touched the knee of a man outside a nightclub in Hollywood are a "total lie". Lohan spoke directly to his three million followers on Twitter to respond to its latest issue with a car.
"It's a total lie. I've been in my community service," he wrote in his official account of the star of Mean Girls. "These false accusations are absurd." According to police the black Porsche Lohan was surrounded by paparazzi outside the nightclub around 12:30 am Wednesday.
The man told the police that the actress sports car grazed her knee outside the club. Lohan away in the car and the police did not raise any report because man, an employee of the bar Hookah Lounge near the club, was not injured, said police Sgt Mark Ro Los Angeles.
The movie star of 25 years was trying to turn outside the club U Wilcox Avenue. "There was little space," said the sergeant, who added that Lohan could have given a blow to the employee lounge car when parked, but the vehicle was not damaged. "He came out and said, 'Do not stick to my car,'" said Ro. "She was doing a U-turn stopping at various points and photographers were on their way."
The sergeant said he did not know who called the police, but Lohan had retired long ago when officers arrived. "We did a report that had gone into hiding after the coup," said Ro. "No we will look". The celebrity website TMZ.com was first to report the incident. Lohan and her publicist Steve Honig said the actress was trying to get to the birthday party of a friend, but turned around when they started to chase the photographers and never got out of his car.
"I was trying to congratulate a friend for his birthday, but even I could do because she was frightened by all the paparazzi," Lohan said on Twitter. Honig said that Lohan and her Porsche had no contact with anyone as he left. "At no time was no indication that your car will impact someone or something," Honig said in a statement. "We are confident that this matter be clarified in the coming days."