Lindsay Lohan’s Legal Trouble, 2011
One item is not news worthy. But the entire series of event is hard to ignore.
- June 29, 2011: After 35 days Lindsay Lohan is released from house arrest.
- June 23, 2011: Lindsay Lohan back in court after reportedly failing alcohol test. This violates her probation from 2007 DUI conviction. Jail time is possible.
- May 27, 2011: Due to prison overcrowd, Lindsay Lohan started to serve about 35 days in her house (house arrest). She will then perform 480 hours community service as a janitor at the L.A. County morgue
- May 11, 2011: Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail for stealing a gold necklace. She may serve sentence in home, beginning June 17.
- April 25, 2011: Lindsay Lohan appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and received standing ovation. Stated she’s ‘Not a kid anymore’
- April 22, 2011: Lindsay Lohan gets 120 days’ jail on probation violation, faces misdemeanor instead of felony theft charge. Judge ordered Lohan back in court on May 11 for a pretrial hearing. Her trial date was set for June 3
- March 29, 2011: Riverside County District Attorney dropped assault charge filed for Betty Ford Center scuffle (Dec 12, 2010)
- March 10, 2011: Lindsay Lohan rejected a plea agreement offered by prosecutors that included a guaranteed return to jail. Preliminary hearing set to April 22.
- February 23, 2011: At a hearing, Lindsay Lohan was told she has until March 10 to decide if she will take a plea deal. The judge said if she accepted the plea agreement, he would sentence her to jail.
- February 9, 2011: Lindsay Lohan was charged with felony grand theft of a $2,500 necklace. Lindsay Lohan pled not guilty, her probation was revoked, and she was freed on bond
- February 1, 2011: Los Angeles Police Department had a warrant to search Lindsay Lohan’s apartment for the missing necklace.
- January 22, 2011: Lindsay Lohan allegedly walked out with a $2,500 necklace. (FYI: Lindsay Lohan was on probation at this time).
- January 3, 2011: Lindsay Lohan left Betty Ford after completing a three month stay.