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Lindsay Lohan’s court date came and went. And true to his word, Michael Lohan turned up along with his lawyer—but the one person not there was Lindsay who just so happens to fill the can.
The main girl missed her court date after claiming your passport was stolen while in France. And because of her failure to turn up in Los Angeles, she’s been smashed with a heavy penalty.
Judge issued a warrant for her arrest which couldn’t make for a warm welcome by US custom agents which she finally arrives back in the states. If she’s not arrested at the point she turns her self in, bail has been set at $100,000.
If she manages to some up with that amount money and there are rumors that this might prove to be a problem, Lindsay must not drink any alcohol as to where an alcohol monitoring bracelets—something she’s worn in the past. The L so must admit to run a drug testing once a week.
If the court feels that Lindsay has violated her probation in anyway, she could be sentenced to 180 days behind bars. But Lindsay lawyer is adamant that she is incompliance with her probation and hardly blames the media for the harsh screening she’s receiving from the judge.
Well if she had turned up the court, completed her alcohol education, not going to the can, not lost her passport and didn’t go out to clubs every night, it wouldn’t be much to report on—would there?