SANTA MONICA, Calif. — A wild ride that led to Lindsay Lohan's arrest has sparked another lawsuit. Court records show that three men who claim they were in a sport utility vehicle that Lohan commandeered in July 2007 sued the "Mean Girls" star last week.
Their allegations include battery, false imprisonment and that the actress was negligent when she allegedly took over one of the men's SUV to chase her recently fired assistant.
That chase ended when the assistant's mother called police because she was being followed and led Lohan toward a police station. Officers suspected Lohan was drunk and arrested her.
Lohan's attorney calls the lawsuit, first reported by TMZ, "absurd."
The men are seeking more than $25,000.