Ashley Tisdale is seen for the first time since being hit with a lawsuit over a 2022 car accident


Ashley Tisdale was seen for the first time after it was revealed that she is being sued over a car crash she allegedly caused in 2022.

The 38-year-old actress looked somber on an errand run in Los Angeles on Monday morning.

She looked all business in a white button down blouse with a black midi skirt and matching leather loafers.

The star accessorized with large designer shades and a blue Celine bag while holding an iced latte.

Her brunette tresses were worn down as her fringe ended just above her eye as she accentuated her natural looks with complementary make-up.

This comes as it was revealed that the High School Musical star – who recently celebrated her 38th birthday – is being taken to court by a woman named Lina Gonzales, who claims she suffered injuries from the accident, which occurred on Hollywood Blvd last September, as per TMZ.

Gonzales states that because of the crash she has ‘suffered wage loss, medical expenses and loss of love and protection’ and is now seeking damages.

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Her attorney, Michael R. Parker, told the publication that following the crash Gonzales claims Tisdale ‘called her names’ and ‘made a big fuss about the situation.’

Parker explained the accident took place as Gonzales was waiting to make a left turn in the left lane. However, while Gonzales was waiting Tisdale allegedly changed lanes and collided with her.

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