Parole Board KO’s Michael Lohan’s Charity Boxing Match

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Michael Lohan is going to have to be patient if he’s still looking for a fight.

The father of Lindsay Lohan took bids last month for the chance to box against him Monday on Long Island, all to raise money for charity. The president of a business computing firm put in a winning bid of $30,000 — until parole officials stepped in.

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Spokeswoman Heather Groll says the board frowns on Lohan’s participation in a boxing match because he spent 20 months in prison for attempted assault.

Lohan tells the Daily News he is “very disappointed” but understands the decision.

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The parole board says Lohan is free to engage in whatever charity events he wants after his parole ends in February.

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