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Lindsay Lohan allegedly hits another person with her car

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Mere days after implying Amanda Bynes is a menace to society and deserves to be locked up, Lindsay Lohan was arrested yet again early Wednesday for allegedly hitting a pedestrian with her car and then leaving as if nothing had happened. This, of course, is a different hit and run incident than when she hit a nightclub manager with her car in March, or when she struck a stroller WITH A BABY IN IT earlier this month.

Lohan hit a man in his 30s in the knee around midnight while parking her Porsche Cayenne in Manhattan, TMZ reports. As in the other incidents, she seemed aware of the fact she hit someone with her car at low speed, but instead of helping, one of her passengers checked her car for damage and Lohan went inside The Dream hotel.

The cops showed up at someone's request around 2:30 a.m. and arrested LiLo, who was reportedly shouting "Call my dad! Call my dad!" She was booked for leaving the scene of an accident and was released without bail. There have been conflicting accounts of whether anyone checked the car, whether there was any alcohol involved or whether there was ever actually an accident, because Lindsay feels she's being set up.

Surveillance video does seem to show her accuser isn't telling the whole truth, the site adds. It's not apparent if the SUV actually made contact, and the alleged victim is shown running after her, which isn't something you'd expect a person requiring a trip to the hospital to do.

She'd better hope the guy is lying, because in addition to the two pedestrians she hit prior to this, she also has two vehicular hit and runs on her docket. At some point a judge just may decide she's violating the terms of her jewelry theft probation that require she break no laws while serving her term. Last we heard, traffic laws are indeed laws. Who knew?

[Photo: Getty Images]

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[Last modified: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 4:18pm]

    

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