Lindsay Lohan will not face charges in alleged hit-and-run
Lindsay Lohan is not going to be facing any criminal charges relating to an allegation that her vehicle struck a lounge manager.
It was decided that Lohan was not going to be facing charges in connection with an allegation that her vehicle struck the manager of Hollywood's Hookah Lounge. Prosecutors said that the alleged victim was not that credible, and that no collision can be seen in the video.
According to the LA Times
, the District Attorney's office in Los Angeles declined to prosecute Lohan. The decision was made after the office reviewed the police investigation into the incident that occurred back in March.
According to USAToday
, the manager of the club claimed that Lohan's sports car struck him back on March 13th.
The manager, Thaer Kamal, called 911 but according to Huffington post
, he did not receive medical treatment at the scene because he refused it. He did tell police that Lohan's vehicle grazed is right leg.
The prosecutor's summary says that Kamal refused to cooperate with interviews. He has refused to cooperate until around two weeks ago. That is when Kamal showed detectives a photograph of his left knee, which appeared bruised.
Mark Geragos is Kamal's attorney. Geragos was left a phone message seeking comment but the call was not immediately returned.