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Lindsay Lohan Avoids ‘Hit and Run’ Charges and Dines with Woody Allen

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Lindsay Lohan will not face prosecution over hit-and-run allegations, the Los Angeles District Attorney has ruled.

The Mean Girls star found herself accused of hitting Thaer Kamal with her Porsche as she left The Sayers Club in L.A. in March. The alleged victim initially said she did not need medical attention, but later checked into a hospital emergency room for treatment and threatened to file an incident report.

Lohan denied the accusations and branded the claim “a complete lie”.

So, there was a long, drawn out investigation as both sides refusd to cooperate.

Authorities finally passed the files on to the District Attorney’s office on Friday (May 4) to determine any possible charges, but the case was rejected after officials deemed Kamal a “non-credible witness.”

Detectives also studied surveillance tapes from the night in question and found there was “no collision”.

Lindsay was later spotted out with Woody Allen at Philippe’s in New York City on Saturday night. By none other than Nigel Lythgoe, who Tweeted the news.

Lindsay and left separately and refused to answer questions about their dinner date. The pair have been friends for years, according to one source, who said the Oscar-winning director is one of Lindsay’s “biggest supporters, never jumping on the judgment bandwagon.”

Find out more in the video below.

Lindsay Lohan must be feeling good, her ‘hit and run’ case has been dropped, and she dines with Woody Allen.

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