Lindsay Lohan Trivia: How Well Do You Know Her Rap Sheet?
Before long, Lindsay Lohan may land back behind bars.
The Liz & Dick star's probation was revoked by a judge Wednesday after she was charged with three misdemeanors in connection to a June car crash on Pacific Coast Highway in California. Though Lohan was missing in action during her arraignment, her longtime attorney, Shawn Holley, was granted a continuance on the court hearing.
Judge Jane Godfrey set the hearing date for Jan. 15, when it will be decided if the embattled actress' actions amount to a probation violation warrants jail time. Lohan — who was on probation after pleading no contest in 2011 to charges of stealing a $2,500 necklace from an L.A.-area jeweler — faces up to 245 days behind bars, if the judge seeks maximum punishment.
The revocation comes after the Santa Monica City Attorney filed a case on Nov. 29, accusing Lohan of lying to law enforcement officials about being behind the wheel of her Porsche at the time of accident. She faces three separate charges: giving false information to a police officer, obstructing or resisting a police officer in the performance of his duty and reckless driving.
And on the East Coast, Lohan still faces a third-degree assault misdemeanor following her November alleged altercation with a woman at a nightclub in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. The actress was arrested after she punched psychic Tiffany Eve Mitchell, 28, of West Palm Beach, Fla., at club Avenue, according to police.