Lindsay Lohan’s accuser in an alleged battery incident at the Betty Ford Center has decided not to pursue the case, the L.A. Times reports.
Medical technician Dawn Holland changed her mind after previously insisting that Lohan be charged with battery stemming from a Dec. 12 incident, the story says. Holland’s attorney indicated that Holland sympathizes with a recovering addict’s plight and does not want to see Lohan punished.
"She no longer wishes to cooperate with authorities in Palm Desert or Los Angeles,” said attorney Keith Davidson. “She believes in the recovery process. She wishes Ms. Lohan the best in recovery. Dawn Holland is a recovering addict herself."
Authorities continue to investigate the incident, the story says, and could still determine that Lohan violated her probation.