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Michael Lohan's lawyer denies charge over fiancee's attack allegations

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Jul 22, 2010 | 9:15am EDT

Kate Major, a former tabloid reporter, filed a police complaint with New York authorities on Monday (19Jul10), accusing Michael Lohan of pushing her over a chair and injuring her shoulder in a fight that afternoon.

Major claims the famous father then reportedly kicked her in the face as she lay on the ground. She is said to have incriminating photo evidence of the damage Michael supposedly inflicted upon her.

TMZ.com reports the born-again Christian is now facing a count of second degree harassment following an investigation by officers at the Southampton Police Department.

The website goes on to claim has been ordered to appear in court for his arraignment on 18 August (10).

However, Michael's lawyer Lisa Bloom has blasted the report, insisting her client has not been charged and has "never physically abused" Major.

A statement released on Thursday (22Jul10) reads, "Michael Lohan 100 per cent denies each and every one of Kate Major’s allegations. He has never threatened to harm her, never assaulted her, and never physically abused her in any way.

"Kate was heavily intoxicated during the verbal argument between Michael and Kate in the early afternoon on Monday. Michael Lohan has been clean and sober for six years.

"Michael Lohan is fully cooperating with the police investigation. No charges have been filed. He expects to be fully vindicated."

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