Lindsay Lohan's trial date is set for March 18, but allegedly prosecutors are offering 90-day house arrest for lying to police and probation violations, reports TMZ, March 9. However, according to TMZ, Lohan is not willing to accept any punishment. As a result, if she rejects any deals, she could face actual jail time if convicted.
Back in 2010, outspoken radio/television and former child star Danny Bonaduce, 53, claimed jail is the only way to help Lindsay Lohan and that rehab has a 96 percent failure rate. However, according to Mark Heller, Lindsay's lawyer, his client isn't on drugs. Said Heller, ". . . this is not what she needs - rehab. Lindsay doesn't have a problem with alcohol and drugs. Lindsay's issues are different."
Those issues include a long list of things, most recently - money problems. The 26-year-old troubled actress recently accepted $100,000 from actor Charlie Sheen to pay her back taxes.
Lindsay Lohan's trial will come and go, and then how much longer will the "Mean Girls" star dominate the headlines with nothing but her troubles?
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