What can we here at the Tony Batman’s A Entertainment News say to make this any better? How can we send positive thoughts and get better wishes to Lindsay Lohan when she just does not appear to want to stop…. Read All About the latest chapter in the of Lindsay Lohan Below
In what appears to be an all-or-nothing maneuver, Lindsay Lohan is rejecting a plea bargain that would put her in rehab but keep her out of jail and will go to trial, sources close to the situation tell RadarOnline.com exclusively. In her seemingly never-ending litany of legal issues, Lindsay is facing criminal charges stemming from a car accident in Santa Monica, Calif. last summer. Lohan is accused of lying to police when she told them she was not driving at the time of the crash.
The troubled actress is rejecting a deal that would put her in rehab for nine months and taking her chances in court. Lindsay fired powerhouse attorney Shawn Holley and is now represented by Mark Heller, who once had his law license suspended for five years.
“Mark believes he can get Lindsay acquitted of all criminal charges stemming from her car accident in Santa Monica last summer,” a source told Radar. “Lindsay has convinced Mark that she never lied to cops when they asked her if she was driving the car that day.
“There was a plea bargain offer on the table for Lindsay to go to rehab for nine months, but she absolutely refused that. Mark won’t sign off on a deal that sends Lindsay to rehab for more than 60 days.” And in a move that would certainly be dramatic — and possibly disastrous — Lindsay may testify in her own defense! “There is talk of Lindsay taking the stand because she feels that once a jury hears her side of events she will be acquitted,” a source told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
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