Lindsay Lohan Cleared Of Hit-And-Run Charges After Investigation
Lindsay Lohan won't be charged by prosecutors over an alleged hit-and-run incident on March 14.
The Los Angeles District Attorney's office decided on Friday to reject a case brought against her by a nightclub manager.
Thaer Kamal, who manages hookah lounge The Sayers Club in Los Angeles, alleges that Lohan struck him and his car with her Porsche while she was leaving the club. Kamal initially refused medical attention after police arrived on the scene, but later claims he went to the emergency room for treatment. He also threatened to press charges against Lohan.
A police investigation into the incident had little to go on as Lindsay called the accusations "a complete lie" and had no obligation to cooperate with the officers assigned to the case. Kamal also failed to cooperate, providing little information to back up his claim, and a surveillance video also showed that no collision occurred.
According to the District Attorney's office documentation on the case Kamal told police that Lindsay's car "rubbed along his right leg bu the was uninjured and he did not want the police involved."
The DA's office was handed the case on Friday for review and decided against any charges, calling Kamal a "non-credible witness", according to TMZ.com.
"There is no direct evidence to show Lindsay Lohan or anyone else struck victim Kamal. Victim Kamal's changed story and lack of cooperation with law enforcement make him a non-credible witness," John Gilligan, the L.A. County Deputy DA wrote in his report on the case.
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