Skip to comments.Lindsay Lohan Probation Revoked
Posted on 12/12/2012 9:47:03 AM PST by Perdogg
Lindsay Lohan's probation was revoked this morning in court ... just like we told you it would be ... and the judge has now set a hearing to decide whether to lock Lindsay up for the better part of a year.
Lindsay -- who wasn't present -- was arraigned this AM on charges that she lied to cops and drove recklessly when she crashed her Porsche on Pacific Coast Highway last June.
(Excerpt) Read more at tmz.com ...
So, other than bad behavior, what, exactly, is she famous for?
Lindsay Lohan is famous for being famous, just like George Hamilton and Zza Zza Gabor.
Oh no- Here comes another “45 minute prison sentence because you’re famous” time in prison for poor, poor Lindsay.
Why does anyone really care?
Where’s the Aw Jeez guy.
He’s needed here.
I fully expect Lohan’s survivors will sue these idiot judges one day for not locking up this silly twit and allowing her to kill herself over a span of 5-10 years.
She could have gone on to be one of the all-time great Hollywood stars.
But she aggressively and publicly threw it all away by embracing the dark side of fame.
Her story is a classic cautionary tale.
: In Los Angeles County a Female sentenced to JAIL is only required to spend 5% of their sentence before being released for TIME SERVED. My friends girlfriend was sentenced to 90 days for driving on a suspended license, he dropped her off on Friday night, she was out on Sunday, TIME SERVED.
At one time she showed promise as a film actress. But since reaching adulthood it’s been all downhill from there.
Sorry but TTIWWP.
We know she is a train wreck. But the visual is what makes it so good to watch.
she was/is famous for being a child star that started to break out into acting as a full mature actress.
She did the reboot of Herbie the Lovebug,
the parent trap remake,
right now, sadly, her role is that of a bad example.
Since the commencement of principal photography of Georgia Rule, you have frequently failed to arrive on time to the set. Today, you did not show for work (all day). I am now told you don't plan to work tomorrow because you are "not feeling well." You and your representatives have told us that your various late arrivals and absences from the set have been the result of illness; today we were told it was "heat exhaustion." We are well aware that your ongoing all night heavy partying is the real reason for your so called "exhaustion." We refuse to accept bogus excuses for your behavior.
To date, your actions on Georgia Rule have been discourteous, irresponsible and unprofessional. You have acted like a spoiled child and in so doing have alienated many of your co-workers and endangered the quality of this picture. Moreover, your actions have resulted in hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage. We will not tolerate these actions any further.
If you do not honor your production commitments, including your scheduled call time for tomorrow, and any call times thereafter, we will hold you personally accountable. This means that in addition to pursuing full monetary damages, we will take such other action as we deem necessary to preserve the integrity of the Georgia Rule Production as well as Morgan Creek's financial interests. I urge you to take this letter seriously and conduct yourself professionally.
James G. Robinson
CEO, Morgan Creek Productions
Next time I get in trouble with the law, I am going to DEMAND to be tried as a celebrity.
As an alternative, take some driving lessons!
LOL, I been much more naughty than that - parking tickets and traffic tickets (minor). I know that is an accomplishment especially for living in MA to be ticket free for your driving career.
The sad fact is there are two different sets of rules. One for us “peons” and a nicer set for society’s “popular folks” as in celebs, corporate executives and gov’t officials. If I pulled the same crap as Lindsey pulled, I would have been sued, spent some major time in jail and ensured that I would not be able to get another decent paying job again.
> After 44 years of driving I’ve never received a single moving violation ticket (plenty of parking tickets though) and I’ve never had my license or registration suspended or revoked
She had a great lawyer...and squandered all that her attorney accomplished for her.
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