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Michael Lohan's New York State parole supervisor has denied him the chance to put up his dukes in Monday's planned celebrity boxing match against a Long Island" id="PLTRA000031">Long Island businessman.

He is still on parole for attempted assault so he's not permitted to box, a state official said Friday.

"Mr. Lohan was convicted of a violent crime, and we do not believe that participating in a violent activity such as celebrity boxing, whether it is for charity or not, is appropriate for his rehabilitation," said Heather Groll, a state parole board spokeswoman.

He was released from prison in March 2007 after serving nearly two years for attempted assault and driving while intoxicated.

Parole officials had a precedent, Grasso said, in the cancellation of a 2002 event involving Amy Fisher, the Merrick teen convicted of shooting the wife of her lover Joey Buttafuoco.

"We've had similar circumstances before, with Amy Fisher, when she was scheduled to participate in a celebrity boxing match," Groll said. "She wasn't allowed to box, either" due to a parole board decision.

Michael Lohan's parole will end in February.

Lohan told the New York Daily News he was "very disappointed" but understood the decision.

He was scheduled to fight Monday at the Hilton Long Island in Melville against Robert Venero, president and chief executive of Future Tech Enterprise in Holbrook. The organizer is Fight for Charity, an organization that sponsors an annual slugfest for Long Island charities.

"We know that people have pledged money to a worthy charity to witness a boxing match. We hope that they will understand our position and support the charity despite the absence of Mr. Lohan," Groll said in a statement.

"Assault is a serious crime and affects people for years to come after they are victims of it. It is inappropriate for a person on parole to engage in the same type of behavior that landed him in prison in the first place."

Lohan can box for charity after he's off parole in a few months, Groll said. Fisher had been scheduled to appear on a 2002 Fox TV "Celebrity Boxing" match against Paula Jones" id="PECLB002646">Paula Jones, the Arkansas woman who accused Bill Clinton" id="PEPLT007410">Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct. When Fisher was banned from boxing she was replaced by Tonya Harding, the disgraced former Olympic skater convicted in a plot to harm her competitor Nancy Kerrigan.

The charity event will go on as scheduled at the Huntington Hilton in Melville on Monday, with a reception beginning at 5 p.m. and boxing matches starting at 6:30 p.m.