Not exactly. The tabloid-clinging starlet who, weeks ago, was scouting synagogues in London for a rumored wedding to girlfriend Samantha Ronson (and who then announced she was converting to Judaism) averted an arrest warrant earlier today.
According to the L.A. Times (whose reports come from gossip website TMZ), all’s well in Lohan-land. The $50,000 arrest warrant for the “Mean Girls” star was rescinded and Lohan’s lawyer proved she actually did, in fact, attend those three “missed” days of post-rehab alcohol education. Or, perhaps the arrest warrant was due to her weekend road trip to Las Vegas, where she partied with aforementioned girlfriend at swanky nightclub. Apparently, after two 2007 DUI’s, her driving privileges are restricted and she can only commute to and from WORK. So, what in the heck was she doing seeking refuge at Jack Nicholson’s house???
More from the L.A. Times:
Despite a $50,000 warrant for her arrest and the cops being called to her house last weekend for a domestic disturbance, Lindsay Lohan was not in court today. Lohan’s attorney Shawn Chapman Holley was there on behalf of her client.
And everything’s OK. Much ado about nothing, reports TMZ. The LiLo arrest warrant has been recalled!
According to TMZ, the alcohol ed program director told them that Lohan missed three days of class in 21 days. But Lohan’s attorney apparently showed proof of compliance.
OK, so why did Lohan seek sanctuary at Jack Nicholson’s home over the weekend? If ever there was a bad place for an unbalanced, possibly inebriated and dramatic young girl to seek sanctuary, it’s gotta be at Jack’s shack.
“What the hell is going on out there?” a sleepy-sounding Nicholson asks. “What do you want me to do, honey?”
He opens the gate, almost crushing the paps shooting her.
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