Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Latest Lohan Lowdown

Things haven't been going peachy keen for Lindsay Lohan lately. Lindsay has been in court recently over a series of probation violations or something stemming from her last car crash. That's the one where she hit a truck on the Pacific Coast Highway (back on June 8, 2012) while she was working on Dick & Liz. At first Lindsay told police that she hadn't been driving, her assistant had. Assistant later denied driving and said that hew as covering for Lindsay. Lindsay gfot charged with lying to the police, or soothing. So the court wasn't very pleased.

So Lindsay had to go up before Judge James Dabney in Los Angeles Superior Court no less. Her attorney Mark Heller pleaded no contest over the lying. For the record "no contest" is not the same as guilty - but an admission that you don't have a strong enough case to defend yourself.

That's not as bad as it sounds because the plea was part of a plea bargain which sees Lohan with a  180 day jail term to be suspended upon her completion of the court's conditions. Those conditions are 18 months of psychotherapy. She also has to spent 90 days in a locked rehabilitation facility, and following that another 30 days of community service. 

The judge also issued a stern warning for Ms. Lohan to stay out of cars, bars, and trouble generally. Said Judge Dabney -  "A suggestion: don't drive. You're in New York, you don't need a car. This is it. If you violate your probation we're not going to be having these discussions." 

More trouble about Chris Brown. Last year he and Drake got into it at WiP nite club over probably Rihanna. There was an altercation and some twit picks of Chris with a cut on his chin. So punch came to shove. Some bottles were also thrown around.  Now it seems that the story is bogger than Chris, Rihanna, and Drake.

Basketball star and Eva Longoria ex Tony Parker was also at the scene of the crime. He's claiming that hew as injured in the melee. So he's launched a lawsuit against Entertainment Enterprises Ltd - owners of WiP. His asking price is $20 million. Parker's people claim that EE Ltd should've known that there was bad blood between Brown and Drake, and not let them both in at the same time.

Olympic skier Lindsay Vonn is dating Tiger Woods & that's confirmed. Vonn confirmed it herself. Vonn said "I guess it wasn't a well kept secret but yes I am dating Tiger Woods. Our relationship evolved from a friendship into something more over these past few months and it has made me very happy."Vonn wrote on facebook.

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