The Lindsay Lohan assault drama took a transcendental twist when it was revealed that the actress' alleged assault victim is a psychic who had a premonition about the "Liz & Dick" star and offered her a free reading before getting punched in the face.
Tiffany Ava Mitchell is a professional psychic who moved to New York City from Palm Beach, Fla, where she owned and operated Ava’s Psychic Visions, according to Extra TV. She specializes in tarot, palm and psychic energy readings. She began having premonitions when she was just 10 years old.
Those psychic premonitions kicked in when Mitchell ran into Lohan at club Avenue in New York City on Thursday. Mitchell reportedly had a premonition about the "Liz & Dick" actress and approached her to offer a free reading in the VIP lounge, according to the New York Daily News. Lohan supposedly rebuffed the offer, telling the psychic, "Give me my space."
Then, Mitchell alleges Lohan called her a "f--king gypsy" and Mitchell's friend went ballistic over the "racist comment," according to TMZ. Lohan reportedly wound up punching the psychic in the face and was eventually arrested for assault.
Mitchell's husband, Wayne Stevens, told TMZ, "We are not Gypsies. That has nothing to do with our religion ... it was a racist comment." Saying, "Just because your career went down the drain and your new movie sucks, you can't go around beating people up."
Some reports claimed Lohan was jealous The Wanted's Max George was paying more attention to Mitchell than her, but sources told HuffPost he was not involved in the bar fight.
Lohan's lawyer, Mark Heller, thinks Mitchell is just out for headlines. “Once again, Lindsay Lohan is a victim of someone trying to capture their 15 minutes of fame," Heller, who insists his client was not drunk when the alleged altercation occurred, told the Daily News.
Currently, the psychic is "swollen" and "aggravated," according to ABC News. "We don't even want to leave the house at this moment," Mitchell's husband told the network. He added, "I don't even know why she pushed her. And we didn't realize who it even was. Five minutes later, she comes around and tells my wife, 'If I need space,' and then she just punched her."