Lindsay Lohan’s alleged attacker, Christian LaBella, was likely not someone people would envision when they think of an assailant. LaBella has pictures of himself on his Facebook account with the likes of reality star Kim Kardashian, her mother Kris Jenner, and even vice presidential  nominee Paul Ryan.

LaBella, 26, previously worked for Republican Congressman John Shimkus of Illinois, and a representative for Shimkus said, according to E! that “obviously, the congressman does not condone [LaBella's] actions.”

On his Facebook page, LaBella has pictures of himself at various celebrity events, and also had small roles as a child actor, according to the Daily News.

The congressional staffer allegedly choked Lohan and threw her to the ground after she got upset when she saw he had snapped numerous photos of her on his cell phone. The incident occurred early Sunday morning in New York at the W Hotel after Lohan invited him to hang out with her and a group of friends.

Though LaBella was originally charged with misdemeanor assault and harassment, the charge was later dropped.

Steve Honig, Lohan’s representative, told E! News that they are not happy with the outcome, as the experience was "both distressing and outrageous … and there should be consequences for that."

Lohan’s parents are not happy with the charges on LaBella being dropped either. Michael Lohan, Lohan’s father, said, according to Perez Hilton, "Wait ’til I get this guy."

But LaBella has people on his side too. His uncle, Peter Jessop, told the Daily News, “He’s a decent kid who met her at a nightclub and she invited him back to her hotel room with other people,” Jessop said. “And now she’s using her celebrity to launch a full-scale witch hunt against him just to be relevant again.”