Lindsay Lohan faced legal trouble in two states on the same day last week. The same day she was arrested for allegedly punching a woman in a New York club, charges were filed against her in California for providing false information to a police officer and reckless driving. Reports say that Lohan rear-ended a dump truck, and told police her assistant was driving at the time of the crash. A police investigation determined that Lohan was the driver of the vehicle. The charges may have more serious implications for Lohan, who was on probation in California at the
time of the June 8th crash.
The Santa Monica Judge, Stephanie Sautner, told Lindsay at the close of her formal probation that she needed to remain free of legal trouble until May 2014, or she could face up to 245 days in jail. Legal experts speculate that Lohan will
be called in for a hearing for violating her probation. The judge could sentence her to 30 to 45 days in jail immediately for probation violation, or suspend sentencing until a verdict is reached in both the California driving case, and the New York club incident.