Lindsay Lohan’s car accident from Friday afternoon is becoming a predictable case of “he said, she said.” Naturally Lindsay Lohan is denying responsibility for the crash after running into the back of an 18-wheeler truck with her black rented Porsche on Pacific Coast Highway. After the wreck, her car was totaled with she and her assistant escaping without too much harm. Both her and her assistant were able to come out of the accident with some bruising and bleeding. Lohan was able to get back to work late Friday afternoon and continue on her Lifetime movie, “Liz and Dick.”
The driver of the 18-wheeler — James — alleges that Lindsay Lohan and her assistant were attempting to flee the scene of the accident. A Cadillac Escalade was trailing behind the car Lindsay was driving. The driver was associated with Lohan’s work on the Lifetime movie and apparently tried bribing him to keep quiet. James claims to have seen Lindsay’s assistant pick up a pink bag, stuff some things into it, and covered it with clothes. Her people told him they didn’t want the media getting a hold of the information and they’d pay him to keep silent about what happened and not mention the pink bag. By that time it was too late because he had called 911.
On top of all that, James insists he didn’t cut Lindsay Lohan off on the highway as she claims. By the time she showed up he was already in the right-hand lane.
Lindsay Lohan denies James’ allegations and said any claims the truck driver makes is completely false. She said no mysterious bag was involved — nor did her people bribe him. She’s blaming the whole accident on him and said he’s just someone trying to make an extra buck off her name.
It’s another case of “he said, she said” in a high profile case. It was determined, however, that no substance or alcohol was linked to the car accident after both drivers were tested by police.