Lindsay Lohan is making headlines again for some trouble caused in NYC.
Assault charges against Lindsay Lohan's alleged attacker, Christian LaBella, have been dropped, but the legal battle continues. Both Lohan and LaBella have filed harassment complaints against each other in the wake of the bizarre incident.
The situation all began when LaBella met Lohan at 1 Oak in Chelsea and brought him back to her room at Manhattan's W Hotel early Sunday morning, according to NBC New York. The actress told police that is where LaBella had allegedly assaulted her after she confronted him about photographs he took of her with his cell phone. The Mean Girls actress said that after she took away the 25-year-old man's phone, he threw her down on the bed, scratching her. When she left the room and returned later, he reportedly choked her from behind and threw her on the floor.
"Cross complaints for harassment were filed and LaBella's assault arrest was voided after detectives investigated further," NYPD Deputy Commissioner Paul Browne told the news network.
This is the second run-in with the NYPD Lohan has had in less than two weeks. On Sept. 19, she was arrested after she reportedly tapped a pedestrian with her Porsche in a driveway between the Maritime and Dream hotels in Chelsea and fled the scene.
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