Lindsay Lohan will avoid jail time, but she’ll still be locked up. On March 18, the troubled actress struck a last minute plea deal before going to trial on charges that she lied to police in the wake of a car crash last summer, according to People.
Instead of a possible six months to a year in jail, Lohan will spend 90 days in a locked rehabilitation facility. The actress is also required to spend 18 months in psychotherapy and perform 30 days of community service.
Lohan pleaded no contest to two misdemeanor counts related to a June 2012 collision on Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica, California, when she allegedly lied to police officers.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James Dabney told Lohan, “This is it. You violate your probation, and we're not going to have discussions of putting you back on probation … we'll just impose sentence and be done with it.” He also added a suggestion, telling the star, “Don't drive."
Lohan’s fashionably late courtroom arrival came after she was glitter-bombed by a woman outside the courthouse. E! Online reported that the “Liz and Dick” star’s lawyer, Mark Heller, had a lucky rabbit-foot key chain attached to his briefcase.
According to CNN, Lohan has logged over 250 days in five rehab facilities since January 2007. She has also violated probation six times and made six trips to the Los Angeles County jail, served 35 days under house arrest, and worked about 67 days of community service at a morgue.