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Lilo's Legal Problems
Lawyers are divided on jail time.
LiLo Charged for 3 Crimes
The star will be charged for 3 crimes for her car accident.
Time to pony up, Lilo.

Lindsay Lohan faces fresh financial woes after she was hit with a new tax bill. Just months after the IRS reportedly seized her bank accounts because of unpaid taxes, the State of California is claiming that the Liz & Dick star owes $56,717.90 for unpaid income tax from back in 2011, according to TMZ.

And that wasn’t the only year in which Lohan stiffed the government. The ever-embattled actress’ tax fell behind on bill for the years 2009 and 2010, which totaled to nearly a quarter million dollars. After apparently loaning her mother, Dina Lohan, $40,000 to avoid foreclosure on her Long Island home, Lohan was turned to her Scary Movie 5 costar, Charlie Sheen, for a $100,000 loan to avoid defaulting on back taxes.

While her 2009 outstanding taxes — over $93,000 — are now taken care of, Lohan still has to pay up for 2010 and 2011, despite her reportedly pocketing $200,000 for her cameo in the new Scary Movie installment.

On top of falling into a financial hole, Lohan is still on the hook in the court of law. Not only is there pending lawsuit from paparazzo Grigor Balyan claiming he was run over by Lohan’s car in 2010, but the actress still faces three misdemeanor charges stemming from her involvement in a car accident last summer.

During a January hearing, Lohan pleaded not guilty to lying to police, reckless driving, and obstructing officers from performing their duties, all from an incident in June, in which she crashed her black Porsche into the back of a garbage truck on the Pacific Coast Highway. As a result of the charges, Lohan’s probation, for which she was placed on after she was accused of stealing a necklace from a Los Angeles-area jeweler, was revoked.

Judge Stephanie Sautner, who previously sent Lohan to prison and placed her under house arrest, set a March 1 hearing for the car crash case, at which Lohan is not required to appear. But she is due back in court for the trial date, March 18.

If convicted of charges, Lohan faces up to 245 days behind bars.

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