Michael Lohan is free ... to do whatever it is he does again.
Following a personal plea from Kate Major, a judge in New York's Hamptons region agreed to drop second degree harassment charges against her ex-fiance, who she previously accused of beating and threatening to kill her.
In addition to asking the judge to throw out the charges, Major also requested that the order of protection against Lohan be dropped; the judge agreed.
Kate Major says she was not under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medications that would impair her judgment. If Michael is arrested again within the next six months, charges from the alleged assault on Kate could be re-filed against him.
Michael Lohan is off the hook, and out of Kate Major's life.
The incident took place in July, prior to Michael leaving to be with daughter Lindsay Lohan in L.A. (not by her request, certainly). Major, Lindsay's former assistant, says Michael shoved her to the ground and kicked her in the face.
So why drop the charges?
"I have personal reasons as to why I dropped the charges," Kate tells Radar Online. "I'm fine with the outcome and just want to move on with my life. I don't want anymore negativity in my life, but I wish Michael all the best in the future."
When asked if they were getting back together, Kate Major said, "Not at this time." Michael said only "I feel bad for Kate and what she's going through."
Jon Gosselin's taken now, too. Bummer.