Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty, smirks through judge’s lecture


Oh, Blohan. Everything went down as TMZ & Radar predicted – Lindsay pled not guilty, bail is set at $20,000 $40,000 ($20K for the felony, $20K for the probation violation), and the bail bondsman is already on the scene, ready to front even more money for this damn family. There were only a few notable things that I wanted to point out:

*Lindsay is too cracked out to even work up some crack tears at this point. She doesn’t take any of this seriously, and she gave these little smirks and smiles to Shawn Chapman Holley throughout the arraignment. She’s such an awful actress.

*The judge tried to open a can of whoop-ass, but it didn’t really matter. He gave her a big speech about how she can’t screw up ever again and I swear to God, I felt that crackhead’s eye roll. Yeah, that’s the same thing she was told the last time, and the time before that, and the time…

*I like the emphasis that Lindsay is “just like everybody else” from the judge. No she’s not. If she was like everyone else, the crackhead would be in jail.

*WTF? Lindsay sent flowers to the jewelry store that she stole from?!? Crackhead. I think the prosecutor, Danette Meyers, has Lindsay’s number – I like that she brought that up in open court.

Anyway… yeah. Lindsay is going to screw up again. Of course. And hopefully when she screws up again, she won’t kill someone.

Margaritas on Mother Crackhead tonight!







Photos courtesy of WENN & screen caps from TMZ‘s live feed.

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  1. gee says:

    WHY did she do that to her face?

  2. Liana says:

    I am SO sick of this entitled little brat. So sick of her. Make her serve her time like everyone else would have to. Enough of this shit.

  3. the original bellaluna says:

    Yeah, Blohan’ll get off lighter than any one of us would, that’s for damn sure! And she’ll keep mucking up her multiple (and unexplainable!) chances none of us would be given.

    And, my God, the Trout Pout on her!

  4. ctkat1 says:

    Wanna bet she stole those diamond earrings?

  5. Jeri says:

    Figures. There is no justice for Lindsay, just “Lindsay Law,” law that applies only to her.

  6. Rita says:

    Good job Kaiser. Everyone should wear a miniskirt into that judge’s court room, including men because he has a two tier justice system. He doesn’t deserve any respect.

  7. trollydolly says:

    She has a neck on her like a jockey’s bollocks – great Irish expression for being a chancer.
    She has no shame – and I used to believe she would get better!

  8. dragonlady sakura says:

    Sad, little crackhead. Lecture all you want. She’s not scared because she ALWAYS GETS OFF! Wake me when she ever goes to jail…(snores)

  9. Rita says:

    The judge is nothing more than just another one of her enablers.

  10. elusive says:

    ctkat1 – Borrowed! She borrowed them!

  11. Bodhi says:

    So why exactly has her probation not be revoked?

  12. MarenGermany says:

    thank you Kaiser for staying loyal to all of us.
    if you are back here than its really late for you to still work.
    thank you!

  13. eja102 says:

    you forgot the comparison to Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct.
    at the end of the live feed they posted a side by side. It wasn’t perfect, but it was close enough.

    Her performance was despicable. And now there is talk of a plea to a misdemeanor.

  14. 3012 says:

    Her lips are absolutely ridiculous.

  15. happygirl says:

    Release the CRACKEN! I mean…the CRACKIE!

    So, we are going to have to wait for another hearing to find out if she is sentenced to any jail time? My apologies, I’ve never been a crackie and know close to nothing about how this all works…

  16. Jackson says:

    That upper lip looks painful. And that white dress? Oy. What was she trying to convey – innocent, virginal ho? Does anyone know….if she does do even a small amount of time….will she do it in a state prison? That’s what I thought I read. I’m assuming state is just as overcrowded as the county one, right? So what….six months = about 2 days?

  17. Bodhi says:

    Ok never mind, TMZ says that her probation has been revoked & that the total of her bail is $40,000

  18. anti says:

    talk about a sense of entitlement…. yet can you blame her? it’s all been a joke.

    she’s not going to get any better until the court throws her butt in jail.

  19. albeli says:

    She needs to have her ass land in jail.

  20. Vivian says:

    I think Lindsay should go to jail, then maybe she will get her sh*t together.

  21. Rita says:


    It appears the Cali justice system doesn’t know how it’s suppose to work either so you are not alone.

  22. ctkat1 says:

    Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for the 23rd (or the 22nd? Already I can’t remember). At that time the two parties will disclose whether they have reached a plea (most likely that Lindsay will plead guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor theft) and they will have a preliminary hearing on the probation violation. If she pleads guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge, then she will effectively be pleading guilty to a probation violation and will be sentenced to 6 months in county jail for violating her probation. If she refuses the plea deal and is determined to have a trial, then the trial date will be set on the 23rd.

    So she’s stuck, legally speaking- avoid the felony charge (which carries a maximum sentence of 3 years and requires a stay in state prison) by pleading guilty to a misdemeanor and she goes to jail for the probation violation. Fight the felony charge in a trial and if she wins, no jail time for the felony or the probation violation. If she loses, then prison time for the felony conviction in addition to jail time for the probation violation. Plus, if she is found guilty of a felony, once she is out on probation for that charge, if she gets in trouble again (and she will) the penalties are much harsher for violating probation stemming from a felony conviction.

  23. seVen says:

    She needs to go prison and be put in Gen Pop with the rest of them. See how far her money and her crackhead mother get her. I am so infuriated with this bitch. Why doesnt she just go ahead and commit murder, she’ll get away with that one too. All hail the American Legal System.

  24. Stephanie says:

    I’m so glad I don’t have her life.

  25. KateNonymous says:

    “I like the emphasis that Lindsay is “just like everybody else” from the judge. No she’s not. If she was like everyone else, the crackhead would be in jail.”

    Seriously. If I were ever to walk out of a jewelry store with something I hadn’t paid for, there wouldn’t be any questions about whether or not they should charge me.

  26. the other mel says:

    I really do think she just likes the attention, regardless of whether it’s negative or positive. It shows in her face. Sad girl.

  27. ctkat1 says:

    @ Jackson- prison sentences are for felonies, so there is no early release for overcrowding. There is early parole, but if you violate your parole you go right back to prison to serve out the entirely of your sentence, no shortening of time. County jail is for misdemeanors.

    General rule: felonies are convictions that carry a minimum sentence of 1 year, thus prison. Misdemeanors are sentences of less than a year, thus jail. Prisons are funded by the State, so generally better funded. County jails are funded by county taxes, so overcrowded and rife with early releases.

  28. rissa says:

    I hope she kills a serial killer or child molester

  29. Amy says:

    What did she do to her lips??? She is going to end up looking like Lisa Rinna!

  30. Lem says:

    oh good, she knew enough to go blonde again

  31. Cherry Rose says:

    That trout pout, ugh. How is she able to look in the mirror and think she looks pretty?

    And that white dress! I mean really, you might wear that on a date or to the nightclub, but not court. Ah, Lindsay, she’ll never change.

    However, the only small comfort I take from this is that she is slowly getting more and more into debt. Her income from her leggings line can’t even be close to covering her legal bills.

  32. 4Real says:

    WHAT did she do to her LIPS?! She is the worst example of self tanning I’ve ever seen! GROSS!

  33. Kristin says:

    I’m glad she’s “stuck” legally-

    The only way she will avoid prison time is by fighting the court system and somehow miraculously winning the trial, which I really, REALLY don’t think is going to happen, but this is Crackhan we are talking about.

    I think the judge was awesome in this case — he said everything that should have been said before in no uncertain terms. My favorite was the, “Let me try to say this in the most polite way…” He is a BAMF and Celebitchy should give credit where credits due, even if it’s been said before.

  34. wunderkindt says:

    Blohan WILL mess up again, and maybe even before Feb.23-the date of her next hearing.
    It would be great if she didnt get bail next time around.

    As it is,the law in Cali is a farce and anyone else would be sitting in jail right now. So, no Blohan is NOT just like everyone else.
    She’s had preferential treatment all along-that’s why she just smirks at the judges when they talk to her, warning her. It’s just no big deal for Lindsay!

  35. ! says:

    You just know she’s thinking “This is going to look SO good in my THS episode”

  36. Kim says:

    Her lips look another another part of the female body =( Yikes!!!

  37. Aries_Mira says:

    Riiight, everyone is treated equally under the law. And the sun orbits the Earth.

    I hate to say it, but I do like the white dress.

  38. e.non says:

    does anyone recall a couple of years ago when she stole that fur coat; and that ll was actually photographed wearing it. were there any repercussions from that? that coat was more expensive than this friggin necklace; but i don’t recall anything coming of that…

  39. Marie says:

    Hey Lindsay, Perry the Platypus called and wants his lips back. (Fiennes and Ferb for those who don’t watch the Disney Channel)

  40. Jacq says:

    What a stupid, pathological, effen crackheaded BITCH!

  41. laura says:

    I think “flowers” is a code term for “crack hustle hush money,” and they didn’t want to actually say it with the media there.

  42. Quest says:

    As I stated in previous post – LL would do some botox done. lol…I was so on the money …next time I would place bets.

    Everything at this point is a friging joke for this chic. Oh well – at the end of the day she still will not learn

  43. eternalcanadian says:

    That picture of both Lindsay and her lawyer smirking say it all. The justice system is too flawed nothing can be done and the both of them know it. Pathetic.

  44. Cherry Rose says:

    That’s because the coat actually belong to a person and not a store. But it goes to show just what a narcissistic and entitled bitch Lindsay is. She had the gall of wearing the coat right after stealing it and making it well known to the owner that she liked the coat.

    But Lindsay sure gave it back real quick after the girl was threatening to sue and she figured out this wasn’t a person she could buy off or intimidate.

  45. Sparkly says:

    I thought the judge was awesome. His “polite” version was hardly polite, echoed the sentiments of most of the public, and he obviously threatened her with some major shiznat off-camera. “Your lawyer can tell you exactly what I said.”

    I just wanted a close up of her nails.

  46. Dhavy says:

    I’m surprised with that dress on she didn’t have Britney moment. It is obvious she’s commando. She has no respect for our judicial system.

    I’m surprised she didn’t wear the necklace to court. That would have been a priceless crackhead moment

  47. guesty says:

    I wanta see how her nails were done for this momentous occasion. Does anyone know?

  48. MrsOdie2 says:

    Okay, raise your hand if you’re surprised by this outcome. Anyone? Hello?

    Didn’t think so.

  49. ctkat1 says:

    Michael K. at Dlisted is calling her “The Crackful Dodger” which is so amazing I can’t even.

  50. brin says:

    E is now showing THS on Charlie Sheen while the crawl at the bottom of the screen is all about Lindsay’s crack felony charge. Great timing!

  51. mauibound says:

    Wow it’s kinda like the justice system in Vegas, he who has money gets their own justice or at least the kind they prefer, just like Paris.

  52. Shy says:

    I really don’t understand that stupid system. She spits and spits in judges face and those stupid judges give and give to her that idiotic speeches like: “Ok. THIS is the last warning. Next time you’ll get punished”. And 2 months later she spits in the face of judge and law system and those stupid judges say to her: “”Ok. THIS is the last warning. Next time you’ll get punished”. And they they let her go….

    What is the point of probation? So that if you will broke it you will go to jail. Lohan TWICE broke it and STILL they let her go on bail. Americans really should go on streets and protest about celebrity justice. Remember how they let out Paris Hilton and public was so offended that they HAD to put her in for another 20 days? She got 45 days and served half of that in prison. Lohan had 90 days and they let her out in 12 days.

    The public need to protest. Just to go outside her court and scream about celebrity justice. This is just beyond.

  53. Shy says:

    She can easily go and do lines of coke, get drunk and then drive. And then judge will invite her to court. Say a speech with words: “You are not better then anyone else”. And then sent her another bail and say: “This is the last time”…

    They can go like this forever.

  54. Javagirl1 says:

    How much money does this crackhead pay out to her lawyer?? If she just quit the “crack shenannegins” she’d probably be so much richer!
    Eh…don’t see that happening…

  55. happygirl says:

    @ Rita – LOL…thank you. =)

    So I guess I’ll have to wait to pour the champagne in my new Lohan Mugshot glass? Well…here’s to hoping she gets what she deserves.

  56. Laurie says:

    I thought it was hilarious after the DA mentioned that people good on probation don’t end up back in court, Lindsay said to her lawyer “oh, didn’t know it was going to joke time.” (something to that effect). What a stupid idiot!!
    She look incensed that the flower issue was mentioned in open court. You know she wanted that kept a secret!

  57. lachica says:

    Lindsay will be punished in the only way that matters to her and to her crack family — she will become completely un-insureable which means that her career is completely finished, done, kaput. That is punishment I am willing to settle for since the Cali system continues to be reluctant to lock her to eff up.

    What we need is a group of minority prisoners to file a class action suit alleging favoritism in the Cali courts. I’m sure that there are scores of minorities who have been locked up in Cali jails for a whole lot less.

  58. Cheyenne says:

    I like that white dress she has on but I think she’d look better in an orange jump suit.

    I hope she smirks her way into a jail cell for the next five years.

  59. bluhare says:

    Has Lindsay ever completed probation? Has she had a probation violation every time? I thought she did fulfill requirements on something before the incident that started this whole side show. Thinking back, though, I can’t remember one.

  60. Listerino says:

    Please stop shoving stuff into your duck lips lindsay. It’s all I can focus on in her pics *shudders* those lips freak me out.

  61. Hannah says:

    @Shy. She was and will be punished–hopefully a bit more severely than before. When Lindsay tested dirty late last year she was charged with a VOP. But, like all of us, she gets her day in court for the VOP hearing. Because the underlying offense was a misdemeanor, she was allowed bail until her hearing. Prior to the hearing and clearly to get out of going to jail, Lindsay ran to rehab. Look at it from a judge’s point of view–wouldn’t an addict–and thus the public– be better served in rehab? I assume they had paper work from Betty Ford saying how great she was doing and how committed she was to changing her life, etc. So, he sent her off with a warning.

    If you noticed today, Lindsay had bail set for 2 different hearings–the prelim for her felony trial AND the VOP hearing from her DUI case. Both hearings will be before today’s judge.

    In other words, the previous judge’s threat was not idle. Lindsay will see jail time for this–she’s just out on bail until her hearing. Today’s warning emphasized that while she could bail out for misdemeanors–that wasn’t going to happen with the felony.

    With respect to actual time served, all women are released early from LA County jails due to overcrowding not just the ones with famous last names.

  62. CB Rawks says:

    Oh it’s court day again, better get my bicycle pump and jack up my mouth.

    What exactly is there to smile about? If there’s one thing that infuriates me to the point of violence, it’s criminals that smile smugly about their situation. I tell ya, if I’m on the jury you do not want to smile in my direction.

  63. happygirl says:

    @ CB Rawks – haha! yeah…not with those lips. You’d probably be knocked out of your chair. Agree 100%

  64. Diane says:

    In profile, she looks like Donald Duck with those lips. Who knows if she’ll ever get the punishment she has so richly earned. Maybe being her is punishment enough.

  65. ~M says:

    gravity is claiming her boobs. already.

    and what is with the chopped manicure?! what a #$%&… she gave white a bad name.

    I won’t EVEN discuss the pout.

  66. mia girl says:

    Thanks for the info at #22

    But more importantly, thanks for your post at #49 highlighting the awesomeness of Michael K at Dlisted… “The Crackful Dodger” is one of his best yet!

  67. Matt says:

    Where is Innocent? His/her abscence from these posts is making me think that he/she is not just a fan, but someon deeply involed in the crack drama. Hmmm.

  68. sickofit says:

    and she looks somehow drugged up, sociopathic and narcisstic, what a nice combination. please get her to jail for at least some years finally.

  69. GeekChic says:

    It’s the smirking and smiling that kills me. She takes NONE of this seriously, she thinks it’s just a joke and of that of course she will get away with it. That is what makes her so completely infuriating–her total and utter lack of repentance. She’s not in the least bit sorry for anything she has done and is going to keep on doing as she pleases until she kills someone, at which point that will be the dead person’s fault, not hers, of course.

    Lindsay: I wasn’t doing anything except driving the wrong way down a one way street along a sidewalk. It’s not my fault that that stupid person was walking there! They walked on that sidewalk on purpose just to get me to run them over!

    Person she killed: …..

    Lindsay: I’m just a child! I barely even know how to drive! No one told me I couldn’t drive on the sidewalk! LA LOANED me the sidewalk which means I could drive on it! It was mine!

    Person she killed: …..

    Lindsay: This is a setup. I am innocent. The sidewalk was mine and that person forced me to plow him into the pavement, forced me!

    Person she killed: ……

    Lindsay: My stylist did it!

    Person she killed: ….. (rolls over in grave)

  70. dovesgate says:

    I double dare to pick a different county to pull her bs in. Come on up here for a visit Linds! See if you get away with this sh!t here.

  71. munchies says:

    1. The white dress is gorgeous.
    2. She is thick faced.
    3. She is a klepto.
    4. She is going to jail – believe me.

  72. observer says:

    I don’t care for Lindsay, but I don’t think this theft story is true. Too many things don’t add up.

  73. Bill Hicks is God says:

    Insanity in people can be induced. In this case it’s been induced by enabling parents, syncophants and substance. This girl doesn’t know up from down – precisely because nobody smacked the smirk off her face the first time.

    She thinks she’s right, and normal – that she’s done nothing wrong. Grandiose sense of entitlement. She’s clinically nuts.

    If anybody should be before a judge and held accountable it’s the two wasteoids that call themselves her parents.

  74. Bill Hicks is God says:

    Hey, by-the-by, where is her sister lately?

  75. lucy2 says:

    I agree that her parents hold a lot of blame for her general horrible personality, but she is an adult now, one who has been given a multitude of chances, and one who repeatedly chooses to disregard the law. It’s high (hehehe) time she faces punishment.

    I really hope the DA refuses a deal. It seems to me like there’s pretty solid evidence she did this – security tape, no jewelry lone paperwork or correspondence, and the quick return of the item before the search warrant could be carried out. Plus couple that with the general public wanting to see her go away, and I think the DA has a great shot at putting her behind bars for this felony.
    In reality, I bet it will be bargained down in a plea, but one can dream…

  76. CB Rawks says:

    Totally agree with you, Geekchic.
    The anger makes my insides hurt. I think Lindsay has done me an injury.
    I’ve noticed that I can’t even look at people I hate, these days. That means I have to look away really fast or I seize up, and so probably miss out on many of the hilarious photos Kaiser gathers.

  77. kg says:

    did anyone notice her huge diamnd earrings and ring as if to demonstrate she does not need to steal such cheap jewelry

  78. Jessica says:

    LL is a LOST cause, there is no hope for her.

    Sadly I think the only thing left for her to do is overdose.

    I doubt she’ll make it to 30.

  79. motheroftheyear says:

    Couldn’t she steal a blazer and cover up a little bit?

  80. julie says:

    I think Lindsay thinks shes a BIG STAR like Charlie Sheen. Therefore, she should get away with anything just like he does. She wants to call him to find out how to get a briefcase of cocaine delivered and then say a fan sent it to her. If I was a celebrity in california I would do whatever I want. I really dont even think much would happen if either one of these losers murdered someone in broad daylight in the middle of a Lakers game.

  81. futureperfect says:

    i wrote something to this effect in a related thread, but i really think it’s a disservice to people with mental health issues to repeatedly attribute her behavior to BPD, for example. it’s almost as bad as the meal ticket she gets from the law et al, ad nauseum.

    has no one considered the possibility she is a text book sociopath? it’s fascinating to see one under the microscope of the media lens. like, how else do you explain the pre-arraignment ‘hair did’ and LWD? it’s freaking scary.

  82. Jane says:

    I am not a LL fan, I think she is a spoiled brat who has been very lucky so far. She evidently has a long history of forgetting to return things and she has always skated out of it.

    But, I saw the video during court and I didn’t see any smirk on her face. Yes, she changed expression from time to time, but I didn’t think it was anything as like her other court appearance with her FU fingernail polish, her phony anguish and crocodile tears.

    I thought she was pretty straight faced compared to last time and I think that was an indication she knew how serious it was. Her attorney had probably told her, as has been assumed from what the judge said, that they were going to have to plea bargain, she would probably be put on probation for the felony but have to do some jail time for breaking her present probation. Oh, and if she screwed up while out on bail she was going straight to jail with no bail.

  83. AngelMay says:

    Jail will not change her, she will thrive on all the girl drama in prison. Ban her from driving and let her roam LA at will. Any posh boutique that lets Lohan in the door are idiots at this point.

    Better yet, just auction her off as a slave to some Russian or Arab billionaire. Sort of like a bank foreclosure.

  84. ctkat1 says:

    And…she just tweeted a photo of herself with Kanye. So she’s obviously really worried about her pending felony trial.

  85. MJ says:

    The smirk may not be intentional – that’s probably all her lips can do in their inflated state. Can you imagine intentionally making yourself look like a smirking bi-yatch?

  86. I am Legend says:

    Dead in five years. Tops.

  87. lucy2 says:

    I just saw the clip too and didn’t think she was that smirky either (I don’t think she has any respect for court though either). I also didn’t think the judge gave her as big a smack down as he could have, he was stern, but rather even toned with her. He must have good self control, I’d be too tempted to yell at her.

    Sociopath is probably pretty accurate.

  88. BRE says:

    TMZ made it sound like she was really told off by the judge. PLEASE! I was late for jury duty (took the wrong bus) and the judge bitched at me more than her. It’s like she was talked to like a child. I’m not sure if anything will ever scare this girl stright.

  89. Kasper says:

    how long before she takes a role in a porn film for cash and blow?

  90. Tomas says:

    why is she famous again? i mean, what exactly has she done since herbie the lovebug? other than the drugs, of course…

  91. Kloops says:

    Her lips look ridiculous, as usual, but for the most part this is the best I’ve seen her look. Nice work, Crackalicious.

  92. Jane says:

    Just lock her up and throw away the key!

    This crackhead has had millions of opportunities to clean up her act, but she just ingnores everything. Once crackhead, always a crackhead!

  93. Chris says:

    Yeah, jail her then she’ll get her act together because jail is so good at rehabilitating people. (Rolls eyes and crosses ‘s t’s)

  94. Ruby Red Lips says:

    Boo – I had to go out and live my life when this happened so missed the live feed – does anyone know if there is anywhere I can watch it now???

    Really want to see Lindsay’s defiant cracked out f*ck u attitude

    Can see from the photos that she is loving the attention and is def not treating this seriously just as a ‘celeb’ opportunity – girl has completely lost reality!

  95. Heather says:

    loving her “demure” court outfit.

    and pretty much LOL at everything lohan does now. she was so cool~ back in her mean girls redhead days.

  96. actually i like her,and i think she really need some help

  97. Jazz says:

    She loving all the attention. I’d love to see the look on her crackhead duck lipped face if no one showed up at the courthouse. Who the hell pumps their lips up for a court appearance?!
    When in the hell is this over entitled, over blown pillowed lipped crack thief going to get what she deserves! Lock her up, it might save her life and wipe that smirk off her ridiculous face.

  98. Ethel says:

    I didn’t notice the smirks, but she seemed to have trouble keeping her eyes open. Maybe she just blinks a lot or maybe my video streaming was off. Can you imagine sending flowers to a store thinking they would drop the case? That’s not my world. She won’t serve time for this, but it’s not helping her reputation.

  99. Jen says:

    From the Lindsay Lohan anti-social personality disorder Wikipedia entry:

    Characteristics of people with antisocial personality disorder may include:

    * Apparent lack of remorse or empathy for others
    * Persistent lying or stealing
    * Cruelty to animals
    * Poor behavioral controls — expressions of irritability, annoyance, impatience, threats, aggression, and verbal abuse; inadequate control of anger and temper
    * A history of childhood conduct disorder
    * Recurring difficulties with the law
    * Promiscuity
    * Tendency to violate the boundaries and rights of others
    * Aggressive, often violent behavior; prone to getting involved in fights
    * Inability to tolerate boredom
    * Poor or abusive relationships
    * Irresponsible work behavior
    * Disregard for safety

    Other common characteristics of those with Antisocial Personality Disorder include superficial charm, shallowed emotions, a distorted sense of self, a constant search for new sensations (which can have bizarre consequences), a tendency to physically or verbally abuse peers or relatives, and manipulation of others without remorse or empathy for the victim. Egocentrism, megalomania, lack of responsibility, extroversion, excessive hedonism, high impulsivity, and the desire to experience sensations of control and power can also be present.

  100. TXCinderella says:

    She is too far gone to realize that when you go to court, you try and look as conservative as possible. You don’t go wearing a mini dress that shows off your fake boobies, your fake plastic face, and your big-ass diamond earrings. She is so far from reality.

  101. ghostwriter says:

    Cracked out Lilo knows how to dress for for court:
    1. short tight dress
    2. chipped pedicure
    3. streaked fake tan
    4. white dress (yes, I am old school, and we just don’t do it unless it’s winter white)

    You might say it’s not important in the bigger picture, but isn’t her “stylist” part of her defense?

    On a more serious note, the judge is a joke. Setting the felony bond and probation violation bond at $20k each are absurdly low from my experience defending indigent clients. Money and privilege. Maybe he’s a fan. Whatever. I don’t see her getting jail time out of this even with a clear probation violation that resulted from picking up a new charge.

  102. BamaGuy says:

    I am almost as sick of Lindsay Lohan as I am of Sarah Palin. Please. Go. AWAY. Far, far away.

  103. NayNay says:


    I am completely 100% with you. This self-centered bitch is never going to learn her lesson, unless she is forced to pay the full consequences of her actions. Getting off and/or a lesser sentence is not going to help her, because she keeps repeating similar patterns. Enough is enough. How many chances will this loser get? It is not right, and YES she is totally making a mockery out of the system.

  104. geekylove says:

    @GeekChick- almost laughed my as* off!
    and so true, sadly.

  105. koala says:

    @ jen: i agree, i think lindsay’s a sociopath. i also think she may be bipolar and is currently manic; it would explain her behavior in court.

  106. sapphire says:

    @jen-is that you hidden behind the 102? That’s straight out of the DSM and about as close a fit as possible. And the bad news is there’s no cure. Therapy can help some of the symptoms, but it’s impossible to change.

  107. piedlourde says:

    That dress… I bet Lindsay thinks that she looks smart and appropriate. “No cleavage, covered arms — I look so modest!”. Delusional crackhead!
    In a way, it’s very sad and weird how much hatred I feel towards this twunt. I guess it’s because she’s the embodiment of all that is wrong with celebrity culture and the privileges that The Beautiful People are entitled to.

    I’ll keep a nice bottle of rosé chilled for the day when Lohan finally does hard time — or for when she snuffs it. Just imagine the MONTHS of media backlash at her enablers, and all the narcissistic ramblings from Dina and Michael! “Woe is me, I did everything to help her; the media/paps/judges killed my daughter; Lindsay was a misunderstood genius; she died a modern day Monroe”…

  108. original kate says:

    she has the worst boob job in the history of boobs. they actually gave her the breasts of a 70 year old woman who nursed 3 kids – who knew that was an option at the plastic surgeon’s office? maybe they were on sale.

  109. Chica T says:

    Wow. I am so surprised she’s out. She should be in jail. Justice is not the same for poor people.

  110. thegorilla says:

    she needs to be taught a lesson and the courts aren’t doing it and clearly her parents never taught her anything, its very disappointing, in most cases people doing the crap she’s done would be punished much more than her, and i don’t get it, and it’s messed up – and the fact that she constantly has that smirk on her face, she obviously thinks this stuff’s never going to catch up to her and thinks she’s above all this, and she’ll never change while she’s getting out of this, and getting so much negative attention, cause to her attention is attention, its so irritating

  111. GradStudentEatingHotPockets says:

    Unfortunately she needed a diagnosis of conduct disorder before the age of 15 or 16 to have anti social personality disorder (or to be formally diagnosed with it).

    I think narcissistic personality disorder fits better given the (probable) lack of conduct disorder diagnosis. DAMN THE DSM-V FOR TAKING THIS DISORDER OUT!! But here is the criteria:
    A pervasive pattern of grandiosity (in fantasy or behavior), need for admiration, and lack of empathy, beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts, as indicated by five (or more) of the following:
    1. Has a grandiose sense of self-importance (e.g., exaggerates achievements and talents, expects to be recognized as superior without commensurate achievements)

    2.Is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love

    3. Believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)

    4. Requires excessive admiration

    5. Has a sense of entitlement, i.e., unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations

    6. Is interpersonally exploitative, i.e., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends

    7.Lacks empathy: is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others

    8. Is often envious of others or believes others are envious of him or her

    9. Shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes

  112. Crash2GO2 says:

    She will NEVER learn her lesson, even if she goes to jail. Like Bill Hicks said, she’s nuts people. What is it about that that you don’t get? She’s been off the drugs for some time now, so you can’t even blame them. The only way to deal with someone like her is to remove her from society where she can no longer be a threat. Unfortunately it comes with a hefty price tag to the tax payer.