Lindsay Lohan claims she didn't fight anyone in a West Hollywood nightclub on Thursday (April 5, 2012), despite a woman filing an incident report with the Sheriff's Department, reports TMZ.com.

According to sources, Lindsay didn't even leave her house on that evening and was nowhere near the nightclub in question. Fresh from completing her probation and receiving a glowing appraisal from Judge Sautner, Lindsay reportedly stayed at home on Thursday and watched television - catching up on the acclaimed Showtime series Homeland. Sources say Lohan is "particularly frustrated" by the accusation of violence because "even when she stays home and avoids trouble, she feels it seems to find her anyway". The alleged victim filed a battery report with the West Holly Sheriff's Department on Saturday, claiming Lohan shoved her because she attempted to speak with one of her friends. Her representative Steve Honig told E! Online, "This is just another instance of somebody making up a story to either get money, fifteen minutes of fame or a little bit of both. ...There is no truth to the accusations".

With her personal troubles mostly behind her, Lindsay will appear alongside Adrien Brody and Rob Schneider in the movie 'Inappropriate Comedy'.