The woman who claims Lindsay Lohan assaulted her insists she has no plans to sue the star.
Marisa Dugas alleged the 'Mean Girls' actress shoved her in the back during a night out West Hollywood's The Standard Hotel and she says she's not after money, just an apology from Lindsay.
Marisa's lawyer Mark Haushalter told RadarOnline.com: "My client, Marisa Dugas just wants Lindsay Lohan to publicly apologise to her for the assault, and be held responsible for her actions. I can definitively tell you that Marisa has absolutely no plans to sue Lindsay Lohan.
"Lindsay should be treated just like everyone else and not get any special treatment because she is a celebrity. Lindsay Lohan needs to stop lying about where she really was that night and grow up."
Lindsay - 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 - had previously denied she was at the hotel at the time of the alleged incident, with her representative saying: "Whomever is responsible for this lie will be held accountable for their misguided actions."
However, her rep is now saying: "We're going to wait for the Sheriff's Department to release their findings before we comment any further."