Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 7 October 2015

Lindsay Lohan 'partying non-stop'

Published 30/01/2013

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan has reportedly "been wreaking havoc" on New York City's nightlife hot spots incessantly.

The troubled 26-year-old starlet is scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles court Wednesday to face allegations she violated her probation stemming from a 2011 necklace theft case.

TMZ reported on Tuesday that Lindsay's new attorney Mark Heller submitted documents to the court to prove that the star is unwell. Lindsay's camp claims that she is suffering from an upper respiratory infection.

"For someone claiming to be sick, Lindsay's partying hasn't slowed down in the least. Lindsay has been partying and boozing non-stop in New York City," a source told Radar Online.

"Lindsay has been hanging out with her usual cast of shady friends, and they have been wreaking havoc at swanky hotels in Manhattan. Lindsay doesn't appear to be sick, and photos reveal that she doesn't look like someone too gravely ill to travel."

Should the judge believe that Lindsay is lying about her sickness, the actress will be in deep trouble.

She could be behind bars very soon.

"[Prosecutors will] immediately ask Judge Stephanie Sautner to issue a warrant for Lohan's arrest," a legal source told the website.

"This isn't the first time Lindsay has pulled a stunt like this. She claimed her passport was stolen in Cannes, France and failed to appear for an appearance for her DUI case.

"This isn't Lindsay's first trip to the rodeo, and she is just making a total mockery of the legal system."

Lindsay is accused of lying to police by telling them she was not driving at the time of her June 2012 car crash and could face up to 245 days in jail if the judge finds she violated her probation.

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