Judge to Revoke Lindsay Lohan’s Probation: Report

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Lindsay Lohan is not having a good week. After receiving scathing reviews for her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor in Lifetime’s “Liz & Dick,” now it looks like a judge is going to revoke her probation once she is formally charged with lying to police – and that could land the actress back in the jail.

According to TMZ, any moment now the Santa Monica City Attorney is going to file the charge against Lohan, 26, which stems from her car crash in June. As reported, she told police she was not the one behind the wheel when her rented Porsche slammed into the back of an 18-wheeler, but multiple witnesses and even her personal assistant all corroborated the opposite of her story. And when she’s arraigned on the new charges, the L.A. County Superior Court Judge, Jane Godfrey, is expected to immediately revoke Lohan’s probation (from her January 2011 jewelry theft) and schedule a hearing for the latest case.

A little over a year ago in October 2011, Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked Lohan’s probation after it was determined she was not completing her community service work with a local women’s shelter and a morgue. The actress was immediately handcuffed and booked into jail,  but was bailed out soon after. A week later, she was given a 30-day jail sentence, but was released after spending only five hours in the slammer later due to overcrowding. At the time, the judge warned Lohan, “Probation is not a gift.”

But with the holidays coming up, Lohan may want to put it on her wish list.

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