LOS ANGELES, March 24 (UPI) -- Los Angeles police found no damage to actress Lindsay Lohan's sports car as part of their investigation into a hit-and-run allegation, sources told TMZ.com.
The Web site said LAPD investigators found no dings, dents or scrapes on Lohan's hot black Porsche that would back up claims by Thaer Kamal that Lohan clipped him in the leg as she and a pal scooted away from a swarm of photographers outside the Hookah Lounge earlier this month.
The inspection apparently has not dissuaded Kamal, the manager of the night spot, from seeking damages from Lohan. TMZ said Kamal and his attorney have said they have surveillance video showing Lohan hitting not only Kamal but two cars as well.
Lohan denies the allegations; however, Kamal is still pressing for a payoff in the six-figure range, TMZ said.
Although no criminal charges have been filed, the incident comes at a fairly inconvenient time for Lohan, who has been digging herself out of a series of legal holes in recent years. The New York Post said Lohan faces a March 29 court hearing in Los Angeles where the judge could revoke her probation for her shoplifting bust.