LOS ANGELES — Michael Lohan has been charged with 2nd degree harassment for allegedly attacking his fiancee Kate Major, Access Hollywood has learned.
According to the police report obtained by Access on the night of the incident (July 19) Major has accused of Lohan of attacking her after she allegedly did not answer his call.
“(Lohan) flipped the sofa chair over while I was sitting in it causing me to bump my head into the wall and my body to the floor. My left collarbone is sore and my right knee is scraped. He proceeded to throw a shoe at me and kick me in the mouth while I was down on the floor,” Major alleged in her statement to the police. “I have a cut on my lip which is causing me a little discomfort. After he kicked me he said, ‘I am going to go back to jail because I am going to kill you!’ I am very scared of Michael Lohan and I want to pursue charges against him for harassment and get an order of protection against him.”
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On Thursday, a rep for Lohan denied the allegations against him, telling Access in a statement, “Michael Lohan 100 percent denies each and every one of Kate Major’s allegations. He has never threatened to harm her, never assaulted her, and never physically abused her in any way.”
Lohan’s rep goes on to blame Major’s alleged alcohol consumption on the incident.
“Kate was heavily intoxicated during the verbal argument between Michael and Kate on Monday early afternoon. Michael Lohan has been clean and sober for six years,” the rep said in a statement. “Michael Lohan is fully cooperating with the police investigation ... He expects to be fully vindicated.”
Major was not available for comment when contacted by Access on Thursday.
Lohan is due in court on Aug. 18.
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