(LOS ANGELES) — The man who claims Lindsay Lohan struck him with her car last week and drove away says he won’t press charges — keeping Lohan’s almost-finished probation record clean — if he gets six figures from the star.
TMZ reports Thayer Kamal — who has been accused of fabricating his alleged injury when he found out LiLo was behind the wheel — retained powerhouse celebrity attorney Mark Geragos to represent him.
However, according to the gossip site, Team Lohan isn’t biting, so Kamal is now seeking a buyer for video of the alleged hit-and-run.
Lohan’s probation is set to end March 29. After last week’s incident, she reportedly put herself under house arrest so she can’t get into trouble before then.
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