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Lindsay Lohan Tries To One Up Amanda Bynes

Posted on September 20, 2012

Amanda Bynes’ troubles with the law were so last week. This week Lindsay Lohan tried to best the other actress by behaving badly.

A Manhattan chef who was hit by Lohan claims the Porsche-driving starlet was “slurring” her words and “smelled like alcohol.”

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The troubled “Mean Girls” actress was charged with leaving the scene of an accident two hours after the 12:30 a.m. incident in an alley between the Maritime and Dream hotels in Chelsea. She was given a desk appearance ticket and released.

Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said police don’t think Lohan — a rehab regular who is on probation — was intoxicated, but no Breathalyzer test was performed.

Lohan’s father, Michael, who’s had his own legal problems, defended her.

The driveway where the accident happened serves as the entrance to the Electric Room, an exclusive club inside Dream.

Rodriguez said he had just left Bottega, the restaurant where he works at the adjacent Maritime, and was walking on the underground ramp when he “saw this car come real quick and hit me.”

He said when Lohan emerged from the Porsche Cayenne, “I asked, ‘Why did you do that?’

Rodriguez said one of the men in the car moved Lohan from the driver’s seat into the back and then told him there was “no problem.”

Rodriguez said he didn’t recognize Lohan.

He called 911 and was taken to Bellevue Hospital, where he said doctors told him he has torn tendons and gave him morphine for the pain.

It’s unclear where Lohan went.

Kelly said she left the scene and cops arrested her when she returned about 2:30 a.m. A rep for the Electric Room said the notorious party girl was not there Wednesday.

In addition to filing a complaint with the police, Rodriguez made an incident report with the Maritime’s garage in which he said “the female appeared disoriented.”

“Mr. Rodriguez took pictures with his cell phone of the vehicle license plate but was prevented from taking pictures of the individuals by Dream Hotel security,” the report says.

Lohan gave police a California address, and the Porsche has Florida plates, but she’s reportedly looking for a pad in Manhattan with her assistant, Gavin Doyle.

But experts say the latest run-in could cause major legal problems for Lohan — who has two DUI convictions on her record and is on probation in connection with a necklace theft.

He said a jail sentence wouldn’t be the typical outcome, but noted that Lindsay’s many scrapes with the law may have exhausted her judge’s patience.

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