Victorian Premier Denis Napthine says there is no chance independent MP, Geoff Shaw, will run for the Liberal Party at the next state election.
Mr Shaw has been charged with over the alleged misuse of his taxpayer funded car in 2011.
The charges arose from allegations he misused his parliamentary car and fuel card in 2011, to help run his hardware business.
Mr Shaw reportedly still holds Liberal Party membership, despite leaving the parliamentary wing of the party in March.
Dr Napthine says he expects a Liberal-endorsed candidate will run for the seat of Frankston at the next election.
And he says that will not be Mr Shaw.
"I've said the chance of him coming back into the parliamentary Liberal Party are similarly negligible, low, zero, nil," he said.
"(There is) no deal, no understanding.
"This is complete and utter misinformation and lies being perpetrated by the Labor Opposition."
Mr Shaw maintains he is innocent and recently repaid $1,250 to Parliament.
He holds the balance of power in Parliament and the Government has been from the Opposition for accepting Mr Shaw's vote.
A number of MPs were ejected from a rowdy Question Time yesterday.