Man says Lohan grazed knee with her Porsche


by Laura Matovina

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A man says Lindsay Lohan's black Porsche grazed his knee in Hollywood, and then she drove away.

Los Angeles police Sgt. Mark Ro says the man wasn't hurt in Wednesday's 12:20 a.m. incident.

The man is an employee at the Hookah Lounge. The sergeant says Lohan was trying to negotiate a U-turn in a tight spot outside the lounge when she came close to nudging the man's car.

Photographers were surrounding Lohan's car when the man came out and told her not to hit his car.

He told officers that Lohan's sports car grazed his knee before she drove away.

The sergeant says there were no injuries or damage so officers didn't take a hit-and-run report.

A voicemail message left for Lohan attorney Shawn Chapman Holley wasn't immediately returned.


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