Lindsay Lohan filed a police report early yesterday morning where she claimed Christian LaBella, a man she had just met a mere hours before but was invited back to her hotel room, assaulted her after she confronted him about taking 50 pictures and videos of her and her friends. I wonder what he had on his phone? Probably just Lindsay and her friends playing checkers or something boring like that. TMZ reports:
According to our sources, Lohan told police she met the man at 1 Oak, a nightclub in Chelsea. Lohan said the two got into an argument later on in her hotel room after Lindsay noticed the man had taken photos of her on his phone. A few of Lindsay’s friends were in the room at the time the photos were taken. Our sources say Lindsay told police she confronted the man about the pics and he threw her on the bed causing scratches on her hands. We’re told Lindsay ran out of the room, but returned later. When she did, Lohan claims the man attacked her, choked her, threw her to the ground, and climbed on top of her. According to our sources, a friend of hers was able to pull the man off her. Lohan claims she pulled the fire alarm to signal for help and cops were able to arrive in time to arrest the man.
And since Lindsay is now a vigilante who wants criminals to be brought to swift justice as long as that justice isn’t pointed in her direction in any way, Lindsay said this. TMZ says:
Lindsay Lohan is on the other side of an arrest for a change and she wants to see the guy who allegedly attacked her early this morning prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
But as it turns out, the “fullest extent of the law” meant the NYPD saying finding no evidence of a crime. TMZ reports:
LaBella had initially been charged with two misdemeanor counts of assault and two counts of harassment. But the NYPD tells TMZ the charges have been dropped, after detectives investigated further and there was not enough evidence to support LiLo’s claims.
Not sure what happened here, but my only guess if that law enforcement saw “Lindsay Lohan” and their first instinct was to drop all charges.