Despite rumors that Samantha Ronson and her family were seeking a restraining order against Lindsay Lohan following the couple's recent breakup, a lawyer for the family says that is not true.
"Samantha has no plan to request a restraining order," attorney David Bass told People after a Beverly Hills police officer confirmed that the Ronson family had inquired about how to obtain one. "There is no basis for one."
A source close to Ronson told the magazine that there is no reason why she'd be looking to keep [artist id="1737245"]Lohan[/artist] away after their breakup. "Sam does not want a restraining order against Lindsay Lohan," the source said. "Sam had nothing to do with the restraining order against Lindsay that the police are talking about."
The source continued that despite no longer being together, Ronson doesn't think that Lohan is a threat. "Sam and Lindsay are broken up, but Sam does not feel she's in any danger whatsoever," the source said. "She thinks the whole thing is absurd."
On Tuesday, it was reported that Ronson's mother and sister had talked to police in Beverly Hills to find out how they could get a restraining order against Lohan.
"They were directed to the court to get a restraining order," Beverly Hills Sgt. Nutall told UsMagazine.com. At the time he wouldn't confirm that the inquiry was about Lohan, and now sources are denying that the order was for the actress.
Another source tells People that even after the breakup, the two "are totally communicating."