Lindsay Lohan can cross one thing off her list of legal worries.
Officials with the Riverside County District Attorney are not filing charges against the star for her December 12 altercation with Dawn Holland in rehab.
The case was dropped "due to insufficient evidence" against LiLo, who was accused by Holland, then a Betty Ford Center employee, of all sorts of stuff.
After she allegedly caught the actress drinking and violating curfew, Holland claimed Lohan threw a phone at her, a charge that Lindsay later denied.
The train wreck's mom, Dina Lohan, said her daughter, who also faces trial for felony grand theft after rejecting a plea deal, was elated at the news.
"Lindsay didn't know until Tuesday night when I texted her the good news. She texted me back, 'Great, Awesome! Thanks Mommy. Goodnight!'"
"We are all just so relieved, we were all waiting for the truth to come out that Lindsay was innocent. Lindsay has been working on her sobriety."
"She has been following the Betty Ford program and they have been supportive throughout this entire experience. They stood behind her."
Who knew the program included non-stop partying?