Back of A Peek at Lindsay's India Documentary and Another Accident Lindsay Lohan was little miss incognito out in LA on Saturday night, though she wasn't able to keep her night very low key. LL's driver hit a photographer with her car leaving The Hotel Cafe just after midnight, and the paparazzo in question has decided to press charges. The trouble comes fresh off her New Year's Eve bikini-filled trip to St. Bart's with Ali, though another of her recent trips is counteracting the latest drama. Lindsay's travels to India in December were all to film a BBC documentary on child trafficking — check out the first preview, which Dina is extremely proud of, after the jump. View 5 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Photo 5 To see a video preview of Lohan in India, just . Image Source: WireImage Comments jaan_black 7 years next! naziazholesusuck 7 years love the hat and wang bag! magda_ooo 7 years she looks beautiful here dancing-nancy 7 years At Akasha, I doubt very many people are going to watch ANYTHING with Hohan in it. She's tabloid fodder. los-angeles-1 7 years it looks like she has a grape juice moustache. But besides that she doesn't look as filthy any 7 years akasha.. i think she looks great too, i mean comparing these to other pics she looking so much better! Akasha 7 years Even if she didn't care a wit about the documentary or the situations of those poor children, how many people are likely to watch it just to see her be a trainwreck. Which means that it will get that many more people to see what is happening. I know everyone says that celebrities only do this stuff for good press, but as long as it brings attention and hopefully helps end the atrocities that are occurring in the world I don't care why they do it. On the more superficial tip, she looks great in these pictures. Maybe she is trying to turn her life around. sham28 7 years She's also not very articulate which bothers me a little bit- waiting for someone to find the right words to form their thought is difficult to watch in a documentary. sham28 7 years I wish it didn't feel so contrived and career-related, but it's never bad to expose abuse and work toward change. Good for her for doing something other than shopping, whatever ulterior motive she may have.