Lindsay Lohan Due Back In Court Twice

By: Susan Harris - Staff Writer
Published: Feb 23, 2021

Lindsay Lohan Due Back In Court Twice. Lindsay Lohan is due back in court twice this week to defend herself against a grand theft charge. The actress will also return for a probation status hearing.

The hearing will determine whether she violated her probation conditions or not. This will be her second appearance at the Airport Courthouse for her grand theft charge case. When she appeared before the court two weeks ago, Lohan pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, later said she would consider a plea bargain offer from the prosecutors if it would save her client from serving time in jail.

According to some analysts, the evidence against Lohan is so strong after she was caught on surveillance camera stealing a $2,500 necklace from a boutique in Venice.

She may spend up to three years in jail if she is found guilty. Lohan could also be looking at serving time after all is said and done in her probation status hearing. In addition, events could be much worse if prosecutors in Riverside County decide to press charges against the actress over a brawl at the Betty Ford Center. The cards are all stacked against her, one way or another, Lohan will most likely be seeing jail time.


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