Kristina Bumphrey / AP file
Lindsay Lohan in May.
Updated 7:51 a.m. ET Monday: A 25-year-old man who met Lindsay Lohan at New York City night club won't face any charges after an alleged incident early Sunday in which the actress told police he assaulted her in her Manhattan hotel room.
According to law enforcement officials, Lohan told police she got into an argument with a man she brought to her room after meeting him at 1 Oak in Chelsea.
The argument was allegedly over photos the man took of Lohan on his cell phone while they were in her 15th floor room at the W Hotel near Union Square with some of Lohan's friends.
Police have identified the man as Christian LaBella of California.
Lohan told detectives that at around 4:30 a.m. she saw photos of herself on LaBella's phone, confronted him about the them and took his phone. LaBella then threw her on the bed causing scratches on her hands, police sources said.
Lohan ran out of the room and down the stairs of the hotel, but at some point decided to head back upstairs to her room. When LaBella saw her again, Lohan told police he attacked her, choking her, throwing her to the ground and climbing on top of her.
A friend of Lohan's who was with her at the time was able to pull LaBella off her, and Lohan then pulled the fire alarm for help. LaBella took off down the stairs, but police arrived before he was able to leave the hotel and took him into custody.
Lohan refused medical attention and did not go to a hospital.
LaBella was initially charged Sunday afternoon with two counts of misdemeanor assault and two counts of harassment, but after further investigation police dropped the assault charge.
E! News confirmed late Sunday night that the harassment charges were also dropped against LaBella. The New York Police Department said investigators quickly determined that no crime was committed.
"It's both distressing and outrageous ... and there should be a consequence for that," Lohan's rep Steve Honig told E! News.
LaBella has since filed a harassment complaint against Lohan.
According to his YouTube page, LaBella ran for president of his business fraternity at the University of San Diego and was a child actor. In police paperwork, LaBella listed his employer as Illinois Congressman John Shimkus.
"While no one from Congressman Shimkus’ office has been contacted by Mr. LaBella following his arrest, he has been an employee in the Congressman’s Washington office," a spokesman for Rep. Shimkus said in a statement Sunday. "Obviously, the Congressman does not condone his actions. As this is a legal matter for Mr. LaBella, the Congressman nor his office will make further comment.”
The incident comes as yet more drama for the "Liz & Dick" star.
Earlier this month, she was arrested and charged with leaving the scene of an accident after allegedly clipping a pedestrian with a borrowed Porsche outside a Chelsea club in New York City.
And last Sunday she was rushed to a New York City emergency room for a respiratory problem. The actress suffered complications due to asthma.
Lohan also remains on probation for a 2011 case in which she pleaded no contest to taking a $2,500 necklace without permission from an L.A jewelry store. Lohan no longer has to report to a judge -- she completed a counseling and morgue cleanup duty program -- but she could face jail time if she is charged with another crime.