LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Lindsay Lohan is calling allegations that her car grazed a man's knee outside a Hollywood club "a complete lie."
On her official Twitter account Wednesday, Lohan responded to accounts that her Porsche brushed a Hookah Lounge employee as she evaded paparazzi, saying "this is all a complete lie," and "these false accusations are absurd."
Lohan says she was going to a club to wish a friend a happy birthday, but had to leave because she was "freaked out" by paparazzi.
Police say Lohan was trying to make a U-turn in a tight space at about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday when she grazed the man and may have nudged his parked car.
Sgt. Mark Ro says the man was not hurt, his car wasn't damaged and no hit-and-run report was taken.