Lindsay Lohan was booked at the Santa Monica police department Tuesday as a formality of her plea deal the day before. The 26 year-old actress actually pleaded “no contest” in her lying-to-cops case surrounding her car crash in June of last year. Lindsay was snapped in her latest mug shot as part of the booking and then released. Lohan’s sentence includes 90 days in a locked rehab facility, 30 days community service and 18 months of psychological counseling, according to a Daily News report on Wednesday, March 20.
Lindsay’s sentence also includes a fine and restitution. That could prove difficult for the financially cash strapped “Liz & Dick” actress. Lohan was also sentenced to 5 days in jail, but that was agreed to be served as part of her rehab lock down.
Lindsay pleaded no contest to the two misdemeanor charges of reckless driving and lying to police, the charge of obstructing an officer was dropped. She was also deemed in violation of her probation for her 2011 necklace theft case and sentenced to 180 days in prison.
However, if Lohan complies with the terms of her plea deal, she will avoid serving that jail sentence. Her probation was also extended another two years. Read more about Lindsay's deal by clicking here.
Us Weekly noted that this was Lindsay’s sixth mug shot. She was assessed a $240 restitution fine and a $30 criminal conviction assessment fee. Lohan must also pay restitution to the victim, but details as to the amount weren’t immediately available.
Her next court hearing is slated for May 2, at which time her attorneys must prove to Superior Court Judge James R. Dabney that she’s enrolled in a suitable treatment program.
The “Mean Girls” actress was reminded that she can’t be found with any measurable amount of drugs or alcohol in her system while driving. She must also have a valid license and insurance.
Those conditions, while obvious to most, were perhaps reiterated by the judge to make clear what is expected of Lohan. “A suggestion: don't drive. You're in New York. You don't need to drive”, Judge Dabney advised her.
“This is it. You violate your probation and we're not going to be having discussions about putting you back on probation in either case”, the judge added.
Lindsay Lohan had claimed she wasn’t driving the Porsche SUV that slammed into the back of a dump truck on the PCH last summer. She said her former assistant Gavin Doyle was driving, but he was prepared to testify against her in this case.