Finally, some good news for Lindsay Lohan. She will not face charges stemming from a car accident in New York City in September.
The incident occurred outside of NYC’s Dream Hotel on Sept. 19. Lohan reportedly hit Jose Rodriguez with her Porsche. Lohan was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and had been scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.
As Lohan was leaving the Dream Hotel, a crowd formed around her Porsche, impeding her exit, according to several media reports at the time. As she made her way through the crowd, slowly and honking her horn, she reportedly brushed against Rodriguez, who claimed he injured his knee after the incident.
The police arrested Lohan and charged her with leaving the scene of an accident, which is a misdemeanor.
According to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, there is no longer a scheduled court date, as reported by Fox News. Steve Honing, Lohan’s publicist, said the dropped court date was more evidence that the case was a “big nothing.”
This is the first good news Lohan has heard in a while. Just recently, Lohan was involved in two very public disagreements.
In September, Christian LaBella reportedly attacked Lohan at the W Hotel in New York. Charges from that incident were later dropped.
Earlier this month, Lohan and her mother, Dina Lohan, had a dramatic late night fight. The police were called and ultimately the mother and daughter reconciled but not before more dirty laundry was aired. Lohan’s father, Michael Lohan, leaked a taped recording he had with Lindsay about the incident. In the taped conversation, Lindsay Lohan claimed her mother was on cocaine.
Lohan later denied her mother was on cocaine during the fight, and the mother and daughter reportedly hugged after the incident.
Last week, Bret Easton Ellis publicly criticized Lohan for no-show at a voiceover appointment. According to Ellis, Lohan was supposed to record a few lines for the upcoming movie “The Canyons” but never appeared for the session. Ellis wrote the screenplay for “The Canyons.”