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Actress Lindsay Lohan leaves the court after a progress report hearing in Los Angeles, California January 17, 2012.
Credit: Reuters/David McNew
LOS ANGELES |
Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:37am EDT
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A man reported to police that actress Lindsay Lohan brushed his leg while driving away from a Hollywood nightclub early on Wednesday, police said.
The "Mean Girls" actress, who is on probation after being convicted for drunk driving and theft, has made the rounds recently to various US media outlets and TV shows saying she has learned from her mistakes. She recently received a positive progress report on her court-ordered community service.
In the latest incident, Los Angeles police said it found no evidence of anyone being hurt. Lohan, 25, was reported to police by a man who said her Porsche brushed his leg as she drove away from a nightclub trying to avoid paparazzi.
(Reporting By Christine Kearney, editing by Patricia Reaney)
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