Sept. 3, 2010 -- Where Lindsay Lohan goes, controversy follows.
The 24-year-old starlet, fresh out of rehab, may have struck a baby stroller with her Maserati in West Hollywood yesterday, according to reports.
"There was a woman pushing a kid in the stroller, maybe a two or three-year-old, crossing the street," witness Brayan Jaime, a freelance papparazo, told Radar Online. "Lindsay took the red light and hit the stroller. It wasn't super hard, but she made impact and hit them."
"Lindsay pulled to the right, stopped for two seconds, and then just kept going," Jamie added.
Radar Online posted video that they claim was shot moments after Jamie alleges Lohan made contact with the stroller. In it, a woman with a stroller crosses an intersection and turns her head to see what appears to be a Maserati speeding away. Asked "You OK?" by a man presumably shooting the video, the woman smiles and continues pushing the stroller.
The West Hollywood Sherriff's department told ABC News that no calls were received regarding the alleged incident and no police report was filed. Lohan's lawyer did not immediately respond to ABC News' requests for comment.
If Lohan gets in trouble, the consequences could be dire. At a post-rehab court hearing earlier this month, Beverly Hills Judge Elden Fox declared that Lohan must submit to random drug and alcohol testing twice a week, participate in psychotherapy sessions at least four times a week, attend behavior therapy sessions twice a week, and live at her Hollywood Hills home until further notice.
If she messes up, she could be ordered back to jail for up to 30 days.
Prior to her three-week stint at UCLA's Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Lohan spent 13 days in jail at Los Angeles' Lynwood Correctional Facility. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail and 90 days of in-patient rehab in July for violating her 2007 probation, which stemmed from two DUIs.
Lohan's made it clear she hates paparazzi tracking her every move. Last week, after California passed a new anti-paparazzi law that will impose harsher penalties for photogs found breaking traffic laws, she posted a message of support on her Twitter account.
"Paparazzi shouldn't be allowed to take pictures or video while someone's driving or at a stop light. 4every1's sake #trafficpolice," she tweeted.
Earlier this week, Lohan revealed her lofty ambitions and her intent to stay on the right side of the law.
In an interview with Vanity Fair magazine conducted prior to her latest jail and rehab stint, Lohan told the magazine that she wants A-list status in Hollywood again, by any means necessary. Her latest movie, Robert Rodriguez's "Machete," opens in theaters today.
"I want my career back," she said. "I want the respect that I had when I was doing great movies. And if that takes not going out to a club at night, then so be it. It's not fun anyway.
"I don't care what anyone says. I know that I'm a damn good actress," she continued. "And I know that in my past I was young and irresponsible, but that's what growing up is. You learn from your mistakes."