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Investigation Finds That LiLo Likely Was Driving Her Porsche in June Accident
Folks, some new shit has come to light: The Santa Monica police department says that it has fresh evidence implicating Lindsay Lohan in the crash between her Porsche and a dump truck earlier this year, reports City News Service.
Lohan had claimed in the past that she wasn't driving the car when it rear-ended the other vehicle on Pacific Coast Highway in June. But witnesses recently told police that it was LiLo, and the results of an ongoing investigation incriminate her as well.
If prosecutors file charges against her, which they're considering, it could land her back in jail.
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