Plea negotiations are reportedly off the table as the “Mean Girls” star has allegedly refused to accept any punishment in her lying to the cops case.
The website claims prosecutors will present evidence that shows a “pattern of behavior” when they point out two prior accidents where Lohan was the driver and lied to authorities about it.
Sources tell TMZ prosecutors will attempt to introduce the following incidents:
1. In May 2007, Lohan was arrested in Beverly Hills for driving under the influence after her Mercedes struck a curb at 5:30 a.m. on Sunset Blvd. The actress lied to the police when she said she was a passenger in the vehicle.
2. In March 2012, Lohan was exiting the Sayers Club in Hollywood in her Porsche just after midnight and allegedly struck a pedestrian and fled the scene. She told cops she was a passenger when that accident occurred.
Prosecutors will apparently use the law that allows evidence of “prior bad acts” to show the 26-year-old has a “pattern of misconduct”.
The former Disney star is charged with lying to police in connection with her crash on the Pacific Coast Highway last June. Lohan’s trial is set to begin on March 18 in Los Angeles.