Lindsay Lohan is currently going through a some troubles at the courthouse. After not showing up for court recently, the actress is now forced to wear a SCRAM bracelet to monitor her alcohol consumption. She's no stranger to the monitoring bracelets, she had to wear one back in 2007.
Though she's due in court on Wednesday to respond to charges of probation violation, Lindsay Lohan will not attend due to illness.
According to court documents, the "Mean Girls" star alleges she has an upper respiratory infection, making it unsafe to fly for herself and those around her. A letter from a Park Avenue doctor was reportedly attached to back up her story.
Though she still owes thousands in back taxes, Lindsay Lohan has reportedly turned down an offer to appear on "Dancing with the Stars."
According to reports by TMZ, the "Liz and Dick" actress could have made $550,000 for appearing on the hit reality competition, which pairs celebrities with professional dancers with a pair being eliminated each week.
Wanting to clear the air, Megan Fox clarified statements she made in the latest issue of Esquire on Tuesday (January 15).
In the article, Fox drew a comparison between Marilyn Monroe and Lindsay Lohan saying, "She was sort of like Lindsay [Lohan]. She was an actress who wasn't reliable, who almost wasn't insurable.... She had all the potential in the world, and it was squandered."
Though she's been with her client through thick and thin, Lindsay Lohan has fired her attorney, Shawn Holley.
Having represented Lindsay in a multitude of criminal cases in Los Angeles, the legal eagle was criticized by the public for keeping her client out of jail despite multiple probation violation charges.
The latest chapter of Lindsay Lohan's legal woes looks like it may be better than she originally thought- her Manhattan nightclub fight case has already been delayed.
According to a report, the paperwork isn’t even done yet and Office of Court Administration spokesman David Bookstaver confirmed that the prosecution is still trying to gather evidence through a continuing investigation.