Lindsay Lohan is at it again. By this point, the Mean Girls star’s exploits come as no surprise to anyone. This time Lohan will be arraigned on misdemeanor charges, however she is not required to attend the Wednesday hearing. The actress will face three counts of reckless driving, lying to a police officer and obstructing a police officer from duty. All of these are referring to an incident back in July, during which she crashed her Porsche into the back of a dump truck in Santa Monica, California. No one was harmed and the accident definitely sounds like one of the more spectacular cases of reckless driving. However, this definitely spells bad news for Lohan, who is currently on probation after a necklace theft in 2011. Prosecutors have announced that they will be pleading for the judge to revoke Lohan’s probation, which could potentially mean 245 days in prison for the train wreck actress.
While she isn’t required to attend the hearing, on Wednesday the court will announce the follow-up dates and whether the actress will be required to attend any further proceedings, the Associated Press reports.
The entire case might be quite a set back for Lohan, currently in the midst of attempting to re-launch her film career. The actress has acted in two films this year and made a cameo appearance in Scary Movie 5. And while Liz and Dick, the first of the reels to be released, didn’t receive much praise, it looks like the public can always count on Lindsay Lohan to entertain with her real-life stunts.