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Lindsay Lohan: Judge Likely to Revoke Star's Probation
Actress Lindsay Lohan was once praised for (finally) following the letter of the law and getting all her obligations done in time under the terms of her probation. Well, it looks like all of that is about to be a wash, as it seems LiLo is about to have her probation revoked.
TMZ reports that Lohan's falsehood fumble after she slammed her Porsche into an 18-wheeler on the Pacific Coast Highway is going to cost her her freedom, as suspected. They explain:
Sources connected with the case tell TMZ ... when the Santa Monica City Attorney files the criminal case against Lindsay, it will go to L.A. County Superior Court Judge Jane Godfrey for arraignment. At the time Lindsay is arraigned, we're told Judge Godfrey will revoke Lindsay's probation and set the matter for a full hearing, on grounds she violated her probation in the jewelry case by breaking the law.
Expect a criminal filing soon.
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