Lindsay Lohan's probation will not be affected by a hit-and-run allegation.

The troubled actress is due to make her final court appearance on Thursday (29.03.12) and though she has been accused of hitting club manager Thaer Kamal with her Porsche and leaving the scene, the claim will not count against her.

According to gossip website TMZ, a report submitted by the probation service mentions the incident and the fact that it is under investigation by police, but discounts the claim and gives it no weight as charges have not been filed against Lindsay, nor has she been arrested.

The report reads in part: ''The probationer [Lindsay] is in compliance with the terms and conditions of probation.''

The document also notes that the actress will complete court-ordered counselling sessions tomorrow (27.03.12) and her final stint of community service on Wednesday (28.03.12).

Judge Stephanie Sautner has said that she will terminate the probation - which stems from a 2007 driving under The Influence conviction - if Lindsay is still in compliance.

Mr. Kamal is said to be demanding at least $100,000 in compensation from the 'Machete' star.

Lawyer MARK GERAGOS - working for his club manager - has reportedly contacted Lindsay's legal representative Shawn Holley claiming to have video evidence of the actress striking Thaer before getting out of the driver's side of the car, wobbling and getting into the passenger seat, where the passenger then takes over the wheel.

However, sources who were at the scene at the time have insisted it did not happen.

Thaer also reportedly told people at the scene he was not injured but changed his mind when he heard the troubled star was the one behind the wheel.

Lindsay hit out at the accusation she had ''scraped'' someone with her car earlier this month on twitter.

She said: ''Scrape? This is all a complete lie. I've been at community service. Last night, I attempted to wish a friend happy birthday, which I didn't even get to do because I was freaked out by all of the paparazzi. These false accusations are absurd.''