Saturday, September 25, 2010

Lindsay Lohan Candid Papparazzi Pics Video


Though this video shows some of the mostly unseen pictures of Lindsay Lohan, her fans will be happy to note that the troubled star was freed from jail late on Friday night after spending around 15 hours behind bars for evidence of another failed drug test.

As a recap of the troubles Lohan courted, in May 2010, when Lohan did not appear for a scheduled DUI progress report hearing, the judge issued a bench warrant for Lohan's arrest. The order was later rescinded after Lohan's representatives posted bail. As a reason for her inability to appear for the progress report hearing, Lohan's lawyer said that her passport was stolen while she attended the Cannes Film Festival in France.

A May 24, 2010 order following a rescheduled hearing required her to attend weekly alcohol education classes, wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet, give up drinking alcohol, and also to undergo weekly drug tests. Another gearing was posted for July 6, 2010 to determine whether Lohan violated her probation orders by not having attended the required number of classes till that date.

In June 2010 Lohan said in an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald, "I'm still young and I'm still learning but that doesn't mean that what they say is true, that I'm getting messed up and all this crazy stuff and that I'm constantly partying or whatever."

During the July 6 probation revocation hearing, the judge came to the conclusion that that Lohan had violated the terms of her probation and sentenced her to 90 days in jail, starting July 20. The judge also ordered Lohan to check into an inpatient rehab program for three months after her release from jail.

On July 20 Lohan appeared in court and was taken into custody to begin her jail term, and she was released on August 2 after spending 14 days behind bars. But she was taken to an inpatient rehabilitation facility where she was to stay another 90 days, though on August 24 Lohan was released after only 23 days in the rehab facility.

She was also under orders to submit to random drug and alcohol screenings and to attend psychotherapy and behavior therapy sessions twice a week, failing which it could result in a 30-day jail sentence. Lohan is also required to remain in Los Angeles until November 1 when a new hearing is scheduled.

Following media reports on September 17, Lohan confirmed on Twitter that she had failed a drug test and that she is "prepared to face the consequences". On September 24, the judge ordered a preliminary revocation of Lohan's probation and was denied bail and sent back to jail.

For September 24 hearing, the once-promising star was led handcuffed from a Beverly Hills courtroom early on Friday morning for a third time in three years when a judge found evidence of substance abuse, and ordered Lohan to be kept in prison until an October 22 hearing, but his decision was later reversed by a supervisor and Lohan paid a $300,000 bail.

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