Lindsay accused of shoving woman

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LINDSAY Lohan has been accused of shoving a woman at a West Hollywood nightclub.

The 'Mean Girls' actress - who, last month, successfully completed the terms of her probation, which was initially set as punishment for a 2007 driving under the influence (DUI) conviction - was allegedly involved in an altercation with another female during a night out last week and on Saturday (07.04.12), the woman filed a battery complaint against Lindsay.

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Los Angeles County Sheriff's official Sergeant Chris Bowman said: ''It's just an allegation. It's been received by our detectives.''

Bowman said a detective will check the validity of the complaint but Lindsay's publicist has questioned why the woman waited until Saturday to go to the sheriff department's at West Hollywood Station to file a complaint.

Steve Honig said: ''You have to wonder about someone who calls the media before the police.''

When the judge terminated the probation last month, Lindsay smiled broadly and breathed a sigh of relief, before hugging her lawyer Shawn Holley.

The judge then advised Lindsay to curb her partying ways to help her stay out of trouble in future.

She said: ''I know it's kinda hard when people are following you all of the time, but that's the life you chose.

''You need to live your life in a more mature way, stop clubbing and focus on work.''

The 25-year-old star star thanked Judge Stephanie Sautner for the way she had dealt with her case.
She said: ''I just want to thank you for being fair. What you've done has really opened a lot of doors for me and I appreciate it.''

Lindsay will now stay on informal probation relating to a misdemeanour theft last year and must not break any laws for the next 30 months.

The judge told her: ''The only terms on that case are to obey all laws. It's not that hard.''

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