Lindsay Lohan will not be charged in alleged hit-and-run case after the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office deemed there was insufficient evidence to prosecute the actress.
It was revealed on Friday that Lindsay Lohan will not face prosecution in an alleged hit-and-run after a nightclub manager claimed that Lohan hit him with her car and left the scene of the incident. USA Today reports that the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office couldn’t find enough evidence to charge Lindsay Lohan in the matter after police looked over footage from the area, spoke with the manager of the nightclub, and inspected Lohan’s Porsche.
The incident in question stems from the Hookah Lounge manager’s claim that Lindsay Lohan hit him with her car on March 14, a couple of weeks prior to the end of her most recent probation. However, as the USA Today report reveals, at the time of the alleged hit-and-run, the man explained to police that Lohan only grazed his leg. The report also indicates that the manager changed his story and was uncooperative with police for follow-up interviews.
A Deputy District Attorney who investigated the matter stated there was no evidence that Lohan hit the man with her car and that the manager was a “non-credible witness.”
[Source: USA Today]