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|Also Known As:||Lindsay Dee Lohan||Died:|
|Born:||July 2, 1986||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||New York City, New York, USA||Profession:||actor, singer, model|
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ermined date, Lohan surrendered to the court and began her sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, CA. After serving 14 days of her sentence, Lohan was released and immediately put into a UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital rehab at UCLA. Under the doctorâ¿¿s supervision, Lindsay was released early from that as well, with them declaring they did not believe her to be an addict; more that she was simply misdiagnosed with ADHD and put on a medication (Adderall) she did not require.It came as a shock to some; not to others, when less than a month after being released on probation from UCLA and during the publication of a mea culpa Vanity Fair cover story in which she stated she was determined to get her life and career back on track, Lohan failed two drug tests for cocaine and amphetamines. On September 19, Lohan's probation was revoked and another bench warrant issued for her arrest. This time, she Tweeted, she was "ready to face the consequences of her actions." Only days later, the judge denied bail and reprimanded her into custody immediately. It was believed the actress would spend significantly more time behind bars this time, due to denial of bail. However, only hours after her...
ermined date, Lohan surrendered to the court and began her sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, CA. After serving 14 days of her sentence, Lohan was released and immediately put into a UCLA Neuropsychiatric Hospital rehab at UCLA. Under the doctorâ¿¿s supervision, Lindsay was released early from that as well, with them declaring they did not believe her to be an addict; more that she was simply misdiagnosed with ADHD and put on a medication (Adderall) she did not require.
It came as a shock to some; not to others, when less than a month after being released on probation from UCLA and during the publication of a mea culpa Vanity Fair cover story in which she stated she was determined to get her life and career back on track, Lohan failed two drug tests for cocaine and amphetamines. On September 19, Lohan's probation was revoked and another bench warrant issued for her arrest. This time, she Tweeted, she was "ready to face the consequences of her actions." Only days later, the judge denied bail and reprimanded her into custody immediately. It was believed the actress would spend significantly more time behind bars this time, due to denial of bail. However, only hours after her arrival back at Lynwood, Lohan was released after her lawyer appealed that the actress was legally entitled to bail, as it was misdemeanor charges and not felony. Lohan wasted little time before checking herself into the Betty Ford Center in Palm Springs, CA where she remained before her next court appearance. On October 22, Lohan dodged a bullet by being ordered back to rehab till the new year. She would serve no jail time. While in rehab, she welcomed her father, Michael Lohan, back into her life. On a darker note, she was accused of assaulting a Betty Ford employee, but charges were not filed against her. When she was released from rehab in January 2011, it did not take long for the actress â¿¿ who appeared to be committed to her sobriety this time â¿¿ to make headlines yet again when she was accused of stealing a necklace worth over $2,000 from a Venice, CA jewelry store. On February 8, Lohan entered a plea of not guilty in the felony grand theft charge. Before remanding her into custody, Judge Keith Schwartz set her bail at $20,000 and warned, "If you violate the law, I will remand you and there will be no bail." The judge also revoked Lohan's probation in the previous DUI case and set this bail at $20,000, totaling $40,000. During her February 23rd hearing, Lohan refused to cop a plea and do jail time, instead choosing to go to trial. On April 22, she was sentenced to 120 days in jail for violating her probation, though the charge was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, and it was made clear to her she would stand trial for the theft.
In May of 2011, Lohan was sentenced to another 120 days in jail after pleading no contest in the jewelry theft case. However, chronic jailhouse overcrowding led to the troubled actress serving out her time under house arrest, while fitted with an electronic monitoring device on her ankle. Despite being admonished for having parties during her sentence, Lohan was released from home confinement 35 days later. Back in court she was instructed to resume the community service work previously required of her at both the Los Angeles Downtown Womenâ¿¿s Center and the Los Angeles County Morgue, in addition to regularly scheduled therapy sessions. In October, a visibly irate Judge Stephanie Sautner ordered Lohan to be handcuffed and taken back to jail after the actress "blew off" her community service work at the Womenâ¿¿s Center. After posting bail and later admitting that she had once again violated her probation, Lohan was sentenced to another 30 days in jail. She served less than seven hours before being released. An exasperated Judge Sautner then ordered Lohan to complete her remaining community service at the L.A. County Morgue, as the Womenâ¿¿s Center felt Lohan would be a "bad example" and refused to have her back. Then, just as it seemed to many that the embattled star would never turn things around, a period of calm and focus â¿¿ gratefully acknowledged by the judge in several probation reviews â¿¿ preceded a number of high-profile, non-legal related appearances by Lohan. In the January 2012 issue of Playboy magazine, a platinum-blonde Lohan caused a stir by posing for a nude pictorial that recreated Marilyn Monroeâ¿¿s infamous nude calendar. Two months later, she hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the fourth time. Poking fun at herself and her recent foibles in many of the skits, a clearly game Lohan earned high marks from both critics and the showâ¿¿s cast. Near the end of that month â¿¿ after completing 50 hours of janitorial service at the county morgue and successfully attending multiple therapy sessions â¿¿ Lohan was deemed to have satisfied all the terms of her probation. Placed on an informal probation until 2014 for the jewelry theft conviction, the judge optimistically told Lohan that she need only obey the law in order to stay out of jail.
Enjoying her first bit of positive media buzz in years, Lohan prepared herself for a career comeback with a planned guest spot on the musical series "Glee" (Fox, 2009-2015) and a role as film icon Elizabeth Taylor in the Lifetime Channel biopic "Liz and Dick." Unfortunately, drama continued to follow the actress. In the summer of 2012, while shooting the Taylor biopic, Lohan rear-ended a semi truck on the Pacific Coast Highway and claimed to police on the scene that she was not behind the wheel. After wrapping the TV movie, she found herself in headlines yet again when her father leaked a phone conversation to the media in which his hysterical daughter claimed Dina was partying with her and out of control on cocaine. She later denied what she said in the call, insisting she would never speak to Michael again. In November, "Liz and Dick" premiered to decent Lifetime ratings but was skewered in the press, with most reviewers taking potshots at the actress for being wildly miscast and the film being virtually unwatchable. Days later, she was arrested in New York City for allegedly assaulting a fellow clubgoer, at the same time finding charges filed against her on the West Coast for lying to police at the scene of her summer car accident. Not surprisingly, her probation was revoked in December. Still struggling artistically as well, Lohan appeared as herself in both the broad comedy "Scary Movie 5" (2013) and Sofia Coppola's satirical biopic "The Bling Ring" (2013). Her next screen appearance came in Paul Schrader's "The Canyons" (2014), a film overshadowed by reports of tumult on the set that included a harrowing January 2013 New York Times feature called "Here is What Happens When You Cast Lindsay Lohan in Your Movie." An eight-episode reality series called "Lindsay" (OWN 2014) broke down over the course of its filming when Lohan suffered a miscarriage. Later that year, she made her stage debut in a London revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow," in a role originated by Madonna in the 1985 production.dge issued a bench warrant for Lohan's arrest. After posting bail, Lohan appeared in court shortly after her arrival in the States, where she was again ordered to attend alcohol education classes once a week and was fitted with a SCRAM alcohol monitoring bracelet. Despite making some last minute effort to attend alcohol education meetings, the SCRAM bracelet alarm was triggered the night of the MTV Movie Awards. Bail was revoked and then re-posted. On July 6, Lohan appeared in court for her official probation hearing and, with her estranged father Michael in attendance, was found in violation of probation and sentenced by the unsympathetic judge to 90 days in jail, followed by a mandatory 90-day stay in an in-house rehab center. As the actress openly sobbed in court, she was ordered to surrender on July 20. Two weeks later on the predetohan shook off th
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Lohan has her own website at www.llrocks.com
"I'll probably pursue doing more movies, but not horror or movies with killers in them. I'll try to stick to happy movies. I want to act and direct like Jodie Foster. I admire her because she went to college and she's still doing the same thing." --Lindsay Lohan quoted in DAILY NEWS, July 22, 1998
Lohan was named one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People for 2004
"I'm 17, says Lohan. I'm learning, and I'd rather make my own mistakes and learn from them than have to be sheltered my whole life."---Lohan on her reputation in the media to People May 24, 2004
"I don't know what the Hollywood rules are exactly, but I know I don't like them."---Lohan to Interview June 2004
"I feel like a lot of the time the tabloids build you up just to take you down. I think it's because I'm 18, and I could go off the deep end, and they could make up rumors about me doing drugs and going crazy and never acting again. Or I could prove myself and mature into an actor."---Lohan quoted to GQ, October 2004.
"In a way I think it's cool that people want to know about me. But in another it's weird because they don't get the full story anyway."---Lohan to Movieline's Hollywood life, May/June 2005.
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