The man whose foot Lindsay Lohan drove over as she left a party in pursuit of a former assistant is threatening to sue the actress.
Ronnie Blake was one of three partygoers who was inside a white GMC SUV when the intoxicated Mean Girls star allegedly commandeered the vehicle to chase Tarin Grahame through the streets of Malibu, California on Monday night.
But Blake managed to get out of the vehicle just before Lohan sped off, with his two pals, Dante Nigro and Jakon Sutter fearing for their lives inside.
The three men have now hired attorney Randall Billington to represent them as they consider legal action against Lohan.
If the action goes ahead, Blake will be seeking damages for his injuries, while Nigro and Sutter are considering pressing false imprisonment and stolen vehicle charges.
Billington insists the trio should not be seen as opportunists looking to get rich quick from a celebrity.
He said: "It was a surprise to them that the vehicle was taken without their permission. They were unable to remove themselves from the vehicle while it was travelling... They never expected to be in a car with her (Lohan)."
After speeding the GMC around the streets of Malibu, Lohan allegedly went to Grahame's home in Santa Monica, where she began a second chase with her former assistant's mother, facialist to the stars Michelle Peck.
Peck called police to report the facts she was being chased and the authorities arrested Lohan in a car park a block away from a police station in Santa Monica.