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She may have been doused in glitter while making her arrival, but the scene inside the Los Angeles courtroom was anything but pretty for Lindsay Lohan.
The 26 year-old troubled actress, who arrived 48 minutes late for her court appearance, decided to take a plea deal on Monday (March 18) which includes 90 days in locked down rehab facility.
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She’s already fighting an uphill legal battle, and Lindsay Lohan didn’t do herself any favors by showing up to her trial almost an hour late this morning (March 18).
After having issues with her New York City departure, the “Georgia Rule” starlet ended up at the courthouse 48 minutes after her appointment to stand before the judge.
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Her track record for courtroom punctuality is spotty at best, and Lindsay Lohan will be plenty late for her trial that’s slated to kick off this morning (March 18).
According to a report, the “Mean Girls” actress’ flight out of JFK Airport in New York City was delayed, making her arrival in Van Nuys, California significantly later than originally planned.
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With a court date looming on the horizon, Lindsay Lohan reportedly missed her scheduled flight to Los Angeles on Saturday (March 16).
According to TMZ, the “Mean Girls” actress was due on a plane leaving New York at 9:00 pm, but instead went to see a band play at a club.
Drama continues to swirl around Justin Bieber's Instagram insult this week, which threw Lindsay Lohan under the bus.
According to a screenshot obtained by TMZ, the 19-year-old crooner wrote, “And to those comparing me to Lindsey [sic] Lohan, look at her 2012 tax statements ;).”
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With less than a month to go before its debut, a new poster and trailer for “Scary Movie 5” were released on Wednesday (March 5).
Put out by Dimension Films, the poster shows the all-star cast posed on and around a couch with creatures lurking and the words “Evil is Coming. Bring Protection” above.
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With the sort of class you'd expect from the ShamWow guy, Freestyle Releasing debuted a new trailer for "InAPPropriate Comedy" on Tuesday (March 12).
Having led what some would consider a wild life, Charlie Sheen says he wants to help troubled actress Lindsay Lohan get back on track.
Saying that the “Mean Girls” star needs a mentor, the “Anger Management” actor told TMZ that he feels a connection to Ms. Lohan.