UPDATE: Sam Ronson Not Seeking Restraining Order Against Lindsay

UPDATE: Lindsay Lohan will not be restrained—at least by Samantha Ronson.

Though Sam’s sister Charlotte Ronson and mother Ann Dexter-Jones were seen inquiring about a restraining order in a Beverly Hills police station on Monday, the celeb deejay’s lawyer, David Bass, tells People magazine, “Samantha has no plan to request a restraining order. There is no basis for one.”

Adds a source, “Sam and Lindsay are broken up, but Sam does not feel she’s in any danger whatsoever. She thinks the whole thing is absurd.”


Attention, Lindsay Lohan: Step away from the ex-girlfriend!

OK! Magazine reports that Samantha Ronson’s family is considering taking out a restraining order against Lohan after LiLo and Sam’s messy breakup this weekend.

According to the magazine, Ronson’s mother, Ann Dexter-Jones, and sister, Charlotte Ronson, showed up at a Beverly Hills police station at approximately 5 p.m. on Monday to inquire about their legal options with regard to the breakup.

A source says that a desk clerk at the front desk advised them, “The restraining order is the best option. If she violates it, then she gets taken away.”

This idea apparently appealed to the Ronson clan, who laid out their tale of woe to the clerk. “She does these things to get attention,” Charlotte told the officer. “She was trying to get into my party this weekend. We had to tell security to keep her out. Then she booked a room at the Chateau Marmont. Her room was right below…She also followed our brother Mark [Ronson, record producer] around.”

Dexter-Jones also chimed in, alleging that Lohan had returned to her party-girl ways.

“[Lohan] was doing drugs,” Samantha’s mother told the clerk. “And we could not sleep that night at the Chateau. She was complaining about the music and noise coming from upstairs. She was trying to get attention, so that Sam could come down.”

Dexter-Jones reportedly also told the clerk that Lohan engages in self-mutilation, adding, “She cuts herself too. She is a cutter!”

Have your say in the comments section: Do you think a restraining order is necessary in this situation?