Lindsay Lohan’s life is like a fairytale: miracles never last longer than three days. A week, in this particular case. The actress was finally released from her probation period last week, but come Thursday, a new assault charge was filed against her. Lohan immediately responded saying that she was at home on Thursday and the assault accusation is nothing but a big lie.
The charges came shortly after the actress was seen partying with Robert Pattison at Puor Vous in Hollywood. The woman claims that Lohan attacked her because she was talking with Robert Pattison, the actress’ new male friend. The battery report claims that the woman suffered severe back injuries and bruises after Lohan hit her.
As usual, the controversial star denied every allegation that was brought against her. She told the press that she was not even partying with Robert Pattison when the event took place because she was at home watching a “Homeland” marathon. Truth being said, there are no photos of the incident; only a video taken while the actress and her male friends were leaving the scene in their car.
Although Lohan does not enjoy a very good reputation among L.A. courts, she is determined to prove that she was not involved in the Thursday incident. She even convinced her attorney, Shawn Holley, to ask police officers at West Hollywood Sheriff’s substation to investigate the woman filing charges against her. If it turns out the report is false, Lohan and her attorney will take appropriate action, that is, they will seek the prosecution of the individual. According to the laws of the California state, any person filing a false report is bound to spend up to 6 months in jail.
Lindsay Lohan looks really convincing when claiming that she is innocent, but prosecutors should not forget that the actress is very good at inventing excuses (after all, that’s what actors do: they improvise). When she was arrested in 2007 for DUI, the actress tried to convince police officers that she had no idea she was carrying cocaine in her pockets because the pants were not hers.