Contrary to her father's confirmation that she's not hurt following the accident, her publicist denied she has ever involved in accident insisted it never happened.
Is she or isn't she? Reports on Lindsay Lohan involved in a motorcycle accident have been mounting since his father's confirmation to the New York Post that his daughter was "nearly" run over by a motorbike over the weekend and rushed to a hospital in New York.
Lindsay was enjoying a night of clubbing in New York City with her alleged lesbian lover Samantha Ronson when the accident happened. Unfortunately, she was sideswiped by a person driving a motorcycle outside a club on 32nd Street after a heavy night of partying, her father Michael Lohan told the New York Post.
Lindsay was soon thereafter taken to Beth Israel Medical Center. She was treated and released at about 4 A.M. according to a hospital employee. No 911 call was made and police have no record of the incident though.
Speaking about his daughter's condition, Michael told the New York Post, "She's not hurt. That's all I really care about."
Much contrary to Michael's confirmation of the accident, a representative for Lindsay debunked the whole motorcycle accident story, insisted no accident has happened to her client. Lindsay's publicist Leslie Sloane told E! News, "I spoke to Lindsay and she said nothing happened."
Lindsay herself has yet commented on the sketchy reports.