Lindsay Lohan Now Sued for her July Car Chase

Tracie Rice, the passenger of the car chased by Lindsay Lohan last July 24 filed a law suit against the Hollywood actress last Tuesday for assault and negligence. She claimed that the run after caused by the Freaky Friday star could have lead to severe damages and even death.  The car chase in the streets of Santa Monica eventually led to the arrest of Lohan for misdemeanor driving, felony cocaine possession and suspended license.

During the chase, Tracie Rice called a Santa Monica Police dispatcher shortly after 1:30 am Tuesday while driving along Wilshire Boulevard and described the details of the car chase incident. She did not realize that the 21 year old actress was in the white GMC (with built in GMC lift kit) following her.

“We were just about to park our car. We are turning home and out of nowhere a huge white GMC came up,” the woman said to the dispatcher.

“We’re being followed by a GMC … the gentleman jumped out of the car,” she said a few seconds later. “Oh my God, sir, they’re following us. We need help.”

The dispatcher repeatedly asked the woman for her location. The woman eventually said she was heading for the police station. The arrest of the actress followed.

Ms. Rice was the passenger of Michelle Peck, the mother of Lindsay’s personal assistant who quitted hours before the incident.

“What Miss Lohan did that night was extremely dangerous and reprehensible. Someone could easily have been killed or seriously hurt because of her irresponsible decisions,” Rice said in the law suit released by her Los Angeles attorneys.

Tracie Rice in her law suit is seeking for unspecified damages, medical payments and other expenses for the assault and infliction of emotional distress Lohan.

The three men who were Lindsay’s passengers already released a press conference that they are also considering filing a law suit against the star.

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