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Lindsay Lohan makes a kissy face. Photo by John Shearer, AP. Lindsay Lohan makes a kissy face. Photo by John Shearer, AP.  

Lindsay Lohan nearly makes it one month without a brush with the law [VIDEO]

And to think Lindsay Lohan nearly made it the entire month of November without any scrapes with the law.

But the actress broke that streak in the wee hours of Thursday morning after an altercation with another woman at a New York City nightclub.

Lohan allegedly exchanged fighting words with the woman, identified as Tiffany Eve Mitchell, in an adjacent booth at Club Avenue in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood, according to the Associated Press.

The argument turned violent when Lohan said something to Mitchell like, “Give me some space” and then decked her. Lohan left the club, but police intercepted the car she was riding in, arrested her around 4 a.m. and charged her with third-degree assault, TMZ reports.

Lohan was issued a desk appearance ticket — meaning that she has to attend court at a later date — and released a few hours later.

Lindsay Lohan is escorted from the 10th Precinct police station, with her face shielded. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Lindsay Lohan is escorted from the 10th Precinct police station, with her face shielded. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)

Mitchell reportedly has visible bruises on her face, but did not go to the hospital. Early this morning, Mitchell and her husband reportedly visited Manhattan’s 10th precinct station and the man said to reporters, ”Lindsay Lohan got drunk and went crazy…hit my wife,” the New York Post reports.

This is just her latest in a series of scrapes with NYC law enforcement.

In September, Lohan was allegedly attacked by a congressional staffer at her NYC hotel, but the charges against him were dropped.

Last month, police were called to Lohan’s childhood home on Long Island after reports of a domestic dispute between the actress and her mother, but no charges were filed.

Lohan is on informal probation for a 2010 jewelry store theft, and could face more jail time if convicted of another misdemeanor.

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