Lindsay Lohan had yet another court hearing today, Monday March 18, 2013 and word has it that the 26-year-old actress arrived fashionably late by some 48 minutes at the Airport Branch Courthouse of Los Angeles Superior Court.
Witnesses say that as Lindsay walked through the throng of media reporters and photographers, someone threw a flurry of gold flakes at her, though the bling didn’t quite settle on her gossamer thin white pants and tunic ensemble.
Lindsay was reportedly late because she skipped her flight on Saturday evening and then had to disembark her Sunday evening flight due to troubles with the plane.
She was eventually able to hop on a private plane that was chartered for her by Mr. Pink Beverages. “Thanks Mr. Pink for the private jet see you all in a few hours in LA,” said the message Lindsay tweeted on Twitter.
LiLo was there with her lawyer Mark Heller as a follow up to allegedly lying to police after a car crash, reckless driving and violating her probation for a 2011 jewelry theft conviction.
Lohan pleaded “no contest” to the two counts in a plea deal and got sentenced to 90 days in locked rehab. In addition, she gets 30 days community labor and 18 months of psychotherapy. The last-minute plea bargain also means that Lindsay avoids jail time…
Lindsay kept the outfit today rather demure and understated, leaving her waist-long red hair loose and slightly damp looking as though it hadn’t quite dried all the way through.
She accessorized with tortoiseshell framed sunglasses, grey suede pumps and a few select pieces of jewelry including a couple of chains around her neck and several bangles.
There didn’t seem to be a handbag on Lindsay today, though that stylish brown and beige leather briefcase with monogram pattern carried by her attorney Mark Heller looks awfully like a Louis Vuitton piece…
Michael Lohan, Lindsay’s father was there in his grey suit and crew cut, while her personal assistant Gavin Doyle sported a sexy black leather jacket (nice black sunnies!) for the trial.
In court, Lindsay sat between Heller and Criminal Defense lawyer Anthony Falangetti of law firm Falangetti & Weimortz.
Judge James Dabney also had some personal advice for Lindsay, asking that the actress should avoid driving in the near future.
“A suggestion – don’t drive,” he said, though his advice was not a formal part of her plea deal. “You’re in New York. You don’t need to drive.”
Yeah Lindsay, catch a cab!
Take a look at my slideshow to see Lindsay Lohan and company in Los Angeles Superior Court…