Scoop: What’s LiLo’s connection to Miami brawl?

Andrew H. Walker/Getty ImagesActress Lindsay Lohan attends Lindsay Lohan Press Conference at Social Film Loft during the 2014 Park City on January 20

Andrew H. Walker/Getty ImagesActress Lindsay Lohan attends Lindsay Lohan Press Conference at Social Film Loft during the 2014 Park City on January 20

When Paris Hilton’s brother Barron was socked in the face in Miami last weekend, he said Lindsay Lohan was behind the whole thing.

The New York Post is reporting a different version, however. The man accused of the fisticuffs is New York Times nightclub blogger Ray LeMoine, and sources say Hilton allegedly threw the first punch because the heir was asked to leave a party.

“Do you know who I am, who my sisters are?” he allegedly boasted. The source says LeMoine hit back only after he himself was punched; Hilton ended up in the ER with a banged-up face.

Hilton says he was beaten for talking smack about LiLo’s boyfriend; other sources say Lohan was involved in the melee, shouting, “This is what you get!” as Barron got pummeled.

So far, LeMoine has had no comment, and law enforcement continues to investigate.Barron HiltonFeaturesGossipLindsay LohanRay LeMoine

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