December 12, 2012
Lindsay Lohan’s Probation Has Been Revoked
Lindsay Lohan is in danger of returning to jail. On Wednesday, L.A. Commissioner Jane Godgrey revoked her probation due to new charges filed against the troubled actress in connection with a June car accident on Pacific Coast Highway. Lohan did not appear in court.
During Wednesday’s hearing, Lohan received her next court date, January 15. That hearing will determine dates for a probation hearing and a trial for the car accident charges. The charges include reckless driving, providing false information and obstructing or resisting a police officer.
Lohan, 26, is accused of lying to police about who was behind the wheel of her Porsche when it collided with a dump truck on Pacific Coast Highway on June 8. Lohan told officers that her assistant was driving at the time of the crash, but an investigation determined that it was actually Lohan who was in the driver’s seat.
The Liz and Dick star is still on probation in a 2011 necklace theft case. Last March, Judge Stephanie Saunter put Lohan on informal probation, but warned her that violating her probation by breaking any laws could result in 245 days in jail.