TMZ reports that upon leaving Sayers Club in Hollywood Tuesday night, the 25-year-old grazed the leg of the manager of a nearby hookah lough while attempting a 3-point turn in her Porsche -- then fled the scene.
Although originally reported that there were no injuries and the case was closed hours after the incident, TMZ learned Wednesday morning that the club manager, 26, went to the emergency room and now plans to press charges.
This is not good news for Lohan, who recently was praised by Judge Stephanie Sautner for her good behavior.
"You're in the home stretch!" Sautner told Lohan February 22 about her probation that is due to end March 29, pending a final progress hearing. "You seem to be getting your life back on track. Just obey all laws, stay out of trouble and move on with your life.
Should Lohan continue to comply with the court's requirements (community service and psychotherapy sessions), her 2007 DUI charges will be removed, but her necklace theft charge will remain on March 29. "The Beverly Hills case will go bye-bye, but for the theft you'll still be on probation," Sautner explained. "Informal, non-reporting probation."