Will Lindsay Lohan’s probation be revoked & will she spend 245 days in jail?

Where in the world is Lindsay Lohan these days? I stop paying attention to her for a few days, and suddenly I’ve completely lost track of her. The crackhead’s gone missing! I think she was in London for the Jingle Ball, part of her groupie-tour with The Wanted. At some point she was back in NYC too. Will she be back in LA today? At this point, I don’t know. Maybe. What I do know is that today is the day that Lindsay learns if her probation is revoked and if she’s headed to jail. We’ve obviously been here before. And obviously, Lindsay doesn’t care and she doesn’t think anything is going to happen to her (good bet) because she’s traveling the East Coast and beyond like a cracked-out Penny Lane. Still, TMZ is trying to make us hope against hope:

Lindsay Lohan is exactly one day away from having her probation revoked … and the end game could be 245 days in the slammer … TMZ has learned.

Law enforcement sources connected with her most recent case tell TMZ … when Lindsay is arraigned Wednesday for allegedly lying to cops and reckless driving in connection with her car accident last June … the judge will revoke her probation in the jewelry heist case and set a date for a hearing to formally decide if Lindsay violated the terms of her probation by breaking the law again.

We’re told the hearing will be conducted at the same time Lindsay stands trial on the criminal charges. And get this — even if Lindsay is found not guilty in the criminal case, the judge can still rule she violated her probation because the standard of proving a probation violation is significantly lower than proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

The stakes for Lindsay are high — up to 8 months in jail, and that doesn’t include jail time if she’s convicted in the car accident case.

Sources tell us … the L.A. City Attorney is “out for blood” and they will file papers Wednesday asking that Lindsay’s probation be revoked. Fact is … the judge does it on her own … the prosecutors don’t even have to ask for it, but their voice will certainly be heard.

[From TMZ]

I’m not even cautiously optimistic about this. Lindsay successfully plays the Victim Card and the Persecution Card so often, it’s difficult to remember that she actually gets SO MANY breaks from judges and probation officers and such. If she wasn’t a young, white, female celebrity, the Cracken would have gotten her three strikes long ago.

As for The Wanted and Crackie Lane the Groupie, Radar says that Lindsay is going all Yoko on The Wanted. Damn! Doesn’t LL know that Taylor Swift is the new Yoko?!

Is Lindsay Lohan the new Yoko Ono? The embattled starlet is causing drama for her boyfriend, Max Goerge’s English boy band because his bandmates feel that she’s a bad influence on him, and don’t want the convicted crook hanging out backstage at future performances, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

“Ever since Max and Lindsay started hooking up several weeks ago, his fellow band members have found the amount of unwanted (pun intended) attention the group has received horrifying. They have worked very hard to get where they are, and yes, the boys do party, but Lindsay brings all of her nonsense and drama,” a source close to the situation exclusively tells RadarOnline.com.

“It’s only a matter of time before Max and possibly the band are caught in the crossfire of Lindsay’s wild antics. It was only two weeks ago that she allegedly punched someone while trying to hook up with Max. Lindsay is just bad news, and a major distraction to the band. There are plans for The Wanted to open for newly announced Justin Bieber tour dates in 2013, and Lindsay won’t be welcome on the road with the band.”

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the Liz & Dick star was recently backstage with the boys before their performance at the Z100 Jingle Ball concert in New York City, and was seen giving Max a long emotional hug.

Lilo’s career as a Max groupie began when she went to see his concert in New York on November 28, and ended up getting arrested early the next morning after allegedly punching a woman at a nightclub after-party. Since then, Lindsay has been traveling with the guys on their tour bus, and has been to shows with them in Philadelphia and Boston.

However, sources tell us, “Max isn’t getting serious with Lindsay. He just thinks she is fun to party with, and he has told people not to worry because she isn’t girlfriend material.”

[From Radar]

Maybe I’m completely warped, but I can’t help but imagine (and I mean really visualize) all of the gross crack shenanigans that are happening between Lindsay and The Wanted boys. I mean… good God. It just seems so… *shiver* Ugh. So, if the guys in the band are pissed off, it shouldn’t be that difficult to get her kicked off the bus, you know? Especially if she’s going to jail.

……….Uuuuugh. Okay, this morning TMZ has two new Cracken stories up. One story claims that LA prosecutors have already filed paperwork to have LL’s probation revoked at her arraignment today. But! TMZ says that the judge – Commissioner Jane Godfrey – is not big on jail sentences. So, although it’s a mere formality at this point that LL’s probation will be revoked, the “245 days in jail” thing is probably a pipe dream.

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  1. lettylynton says:

    I’d be surprised if she spent any significant time in jail.

  2. Launicaangelina says:

    Looks like she dropped her coke stash on her lap in that second picture. Silly, clumsy Cracken…

  3. Amelia says:

    *shudders* I stepped out of my apartment yesterday and I could just sense the trail of Crack drama she had left behind. I think London needs fumigating.
    I’d love to believe this story, I really would but I just don’t see it happening. At the very most I’m thinking house arrest. She’ll never get a custodial sentence.

  4. marie says:

    she’s not even in L.A.,she doesn’t believe she’ll go to jail so why should I? She’ll get off again, and she won’t go to jail until she kills someone..

    I bet The Wanted only hangs out with her cause she’s got a dealer for every area code.. she’s so gross..

  5. Elceibeno08 says:

    I don’t understand it. If she is broke, how can she afford to travel?

  6. booboocita says:

    I don’t believe the Radar report for one second. She may be crackie, but she’s bringing attention to a boy band that few people had heard of before, and then as the budget One Direction. Their managers are probably thrilled, and rightly so. As for The Wanted’s “working very hard to get where they are,” work’s not enough in their business — you have to attract attention to yourself. And Crackie does that in spades.

    If she were a genuine threat to the band, the managers would have had her removed from the band’s bus long ago, and in such a way that neither Max nor anyone else in the band gets any negative publicity. Something like, “she’s a lovely girl, but we’re focusing on our careers right now.” If things go poorly for her in court, I’m guessing Max and the band will dump her in a New York minute, to minimize any negative publicity rebound on themselves.

  7. Winnie says:

    As far as her being bad for The Wanted, I had never even heard of them before LL latched onto them, so maybe all publicity is good publicity?

  8. dcypher1 says:

    They should lock her up and throw away the key please for the luv of god.

  9. logan says:

    Will she go to jail? Probably not. But it is 12-12-12, bet she had the sea jasper working overtime last night.

  10. poppy says:

    nothing will happen to her. yet now she is deeply in the system and still so stupid. she will probably remain on probation for the rest of her life because she can’t/won’t manage to comply with a few basic directives. like do not get arrested. pay fines on time. make the phone call once a month to the automated probation officer. she can’t handle it.
    she won’t go to jail but they’ll heap on more terms and conditions every time she screws up. for infinity.

    note to journalists: please to stop using end game and game changer. it is almost 2013. enough. let them go over the fiscal cliff.

  11. judyjudy says:

    Nothing will ever happen to her. Someone in charge seems to have a soft spot for her. She can punch, run over, and lie to anyone she wants (including the IRS) and nothing will happen to her. Ever.

  12. lucy2 says:

    I doubt she’ll get jail time, but we can dream, right?

    I saw 2 other stories about her last night – Charlie Sheen has said he’s still waiting for a thank you for the $100K (thought I’d be willing to bet it was payment for services rendered) so she basically took that money and run. And the second one was that a design show did a bunch of decorating for her rented house, and then she won’t let film any of the results and basically scammed them out of $200K worth of stuff. Most of which has probably been trashed or sold off.
    How stupid is anyone to get involved with her, especially when it costs $!? You KNOW she’s not going to fulfill the contract and you will end up losing. Yet people keep doing it.

  13. aims says:

    I really hope they throw the book at her, but i think she’ll walk. As much as i hate to say it. She doesn’t learn her mistakes, she doesen’t think she has a problem. She’s totally manic in every way. I’m also worried that if she does go to jail she may get out early , due to “over flow.” Not enough beds

  14. Jackson says:

    What a joke. This trick better have to sit her crack ass in jail for a nice little chunk of time. I know a couple of weeks ago TMZ, I think, said it would be 25% of the 245 days. So 60-some days. If this judge doesn’t make her sit in jail for at least that long we know there really is no Santa Claus after all. FFS.

  15. grabbyhands says:

    Sigh. As ever, absolutely nothing will come of any of this. She’s not going to jail, she’s probably not even going to have to worry about getting probation revoked. Same story, different day.

    And as for the band-please. They are getting waaay too much publicity with her following them around for them to want to turn that off, so I’m sure any “problems” are totally manufactured. Let’s face it-this skank is made of teflon and she is simply never going to have to face real life consequences.

  16. dorothy says:

    I’m not sure jail would help her, but I don’t see that the judge has a choice. She makes a mockery of them everytime they let her go.

  17. eileen says:

    Come onnnnn!! Big money big money, no whammies!
    You think her luck might have finally run out?
    *shake shake* Cracktini Time?

  18. Nicolette says:

    245 days in jail is what she needs. Away from the crack pipe, away from cars and away from her enablers and her wonderful Mother.

  19. A says:

    If not jail, can’t they order her to go to a locked down rehab?

    (Sorry for my ignorance, where I live people go to jail if they break the law.)

  20. The Original Tiffany says:

    I am so tired of her all I can manage is a half hearted SCREEEEEEEE!

    until she gets locked up or kills someone.

    Merry Crackmas, Cracken.

    I do love the blow stains-notice it is sprayed a bit on her tits too. She gives “cokewhore” a whole new meaning.

  21. Bess says:

    I don’t think the Cracken was in London as she was at Avenue on Monday night.

    These judges in LA are not helping LL, by going easy on her and giving her more chances. The Cracken sees it as another opportunity to push the boundaries. The only thing that will get her attention is jail- even if it’s only 40 days or so.

  22. Sassy says:

    anyone think Max is a ringer to her old flame Callum Best??

  23. Mandy says:

    Don’t. Even. Care. ANYMORE. The biggest punishment for her would be for everyone to start ignoring her. She loves this attention, good or bad.

  24. Migdalia says:

    I can’t believe Wesley Snipes an actor I actually want to see in movies is in prison for what the last two and a half years….while LL who is a known coke head, and could potentially kill someone gets off time and time again.

    Like you said though if the California Legal System doesn’t get her I’m really hoping the IRS will.

  25. Cazzie says:

    Sigh. This is depressing. I mean, when going to jail might be an improvement in your life, isn’t that a sign that you need to change things???

    Seem to remember that being sent to prison is what ultimately got RDJ to clean up and get back to work. Doesn’t RDJ acknowledge that prison, in its own twisted way, helped him?

    Right now I feel like I’m watching the Anna Nicole Smith/Whitney Houston slow motion death spiral all over again. Not pretty.

    • Mia 4S says:

      @Cazzie if you can hunt up the old clips of RDJ on Oprah (pre-Iron Man) I remember he literally says “God bless Judge…” and names the judge who sent him to prison. I remember it because I was both surprised and impressed.

      • The Original Tiffany says:

        @Mia, RDJ said this to the judge.

        (on his addiction to drugs): It`s like I have a loaded gun in my mouth, and I like the taste of metal.

        He wanted to go to jail. Cracken is the complete opposite. She has no remorse, thinks she has done no wrong. I feel sorry for a drug addict like RDJ was. The cracken just isn’t an addict, she is a criminal, a grifter, a whore, a thief, a liar, she hits people with cars, she has no talent, she is unrepentant and irredeemable. She will never change, ever. Look at WO.

        Brooke Mueller just went to rehab for the 19th time and if she didn’t have kids I wouldn’t care at all. SHe’s a mess, but contained and just sad. The Cracken is on the loose, out of control and cannot stop getting into trouble.

        She isn’t a drug addict ODing alone, she’s a damned threat to anyone near her. How many people has she hit? Run into? Bullied? Fought with? How much has she stolen and destroyed and still maintained it wasn’t her fault. Obviously it was the “black guy” or ‘the assistant”.

        No one in the world should feel sorry for this trick. Ever.

  26. littlestar says:

    Are we sure she was in London? Is someone who is on probation allowed to leave the country???

  27. boo says:

    I can’t with her anymore. This story is getting really tiresome, unless she does some jail time, it’s over for me. Every day with her it’s some crack drama, rinse and repeat. I know that one day I will wake up to news that the cracken, has either killed someone with her car while drunk or that she has been terribly maimed in some accident or that she has OD’d. I’m not a psychic but I see that in her future. Carry on crackmonster.

  28. Happy21 says:

    If there is a God she will spend the time in prison. That’s almost a year…wouldn’t it be nice to go almost a year without hearing about this twat?!

  29. Richard says:

    My heart goes out to the people of LA I mean really. What will it take for them to lock her up and throw away the key will she literally have to kill someone, because its honestly headed there.

  30. brin says:

    Break out the Cracktinis….her probation was revoked!

  31. Sapphire says:

    Anybody.heard from Linnocent recently?

    Criminal law may be different in CA but in-patient with a lockdown can be ordered for probation or accepted as an alternative to sentancing. Won’t happen here-she’s failed too many times. And I know for sure she won’t get what I hope-prison, not jail time.

    @Eileen-can I have some Crackmas cheer? I’m off this afternoon

  32. Shannon says:

    Lindsay never went to London. Eonline said she was going and then the next day said she changed her mind and had unfollowed that Max guy on twitter. Max denied they are dating and called her a groupie on british televison. I have a feeling this was just a PR affair, maybe to steer the attention away from her court/irs mess but definetly for the wanted to recieve some much needed attention in the US where they are trailing far behind One direction.

  33. Spencer says:

    The whole “The wanted” thing might just be a publicity stunt!

    Is The Wanted using celeb groupie Lindsay Lohan to up their visibility in the U.S.?
    By Hollie McKay
    Pop Tarts
    Published December 12, 2012

    LOS ANGELES – You might think Lindsay Lohan is using the U.K. boy band The Wanted to take her mind off her problems, and get her out of the country, while they’re at it. The troubled star had been hanging out with the band’s singer Max George for the past few weeks, before up and getting on a plane with the band and flying to London this past weekend.

    But some PR pros tell FOX411′s Pop Tarts column that it may be The Wanted who is using one of America’s most wanted, with the group using the publicity magnet Lohan to up their street cred in the U.S.

    Across the pond, The Wanted have been prompting tweens to scream and sob since their self-titled album debuted two years ago, but in the U.S., the band is only just finding its footing. And until they were linked to Lohan’s latest late-night club crisis, many here had never heard of them.

    It all started when Lohan, 26, allegedly got herself into a physical altercation with a fellow patron around 4:00 am at a nightclub on Nov. 29 after she thought she was getting too close to George, 24. Earlier that evening, Lohan had watched The Wanted open for Justin Bieber in New York City.

    Lohan was arrested for assault, and after being released from jail, has rarely left the band’s side, behaving more like a rock groupie then an actress with several criminal charges and big tax problems hanging over her head.

    A prominent industry insider told us that Scooter Braun, The Wanted’s manager, is typically pretty “cagey” and knew Lohan long before The Wanted surfaced on the scene.

    “Lindsay and Max could have met through overlapping social circles, but the bar fight and such could be totally staged, or perhaps even manipulated without her knowledge,” the source speculated. “If that’s the case, a savvy manger could make the most of it, and it would look like what we see now: Lohan’s a groupie.”

    The band has not been reticent in talking about their newest fan to the press, either.

    “She can party, like, nearly as hard as we can. We had a big night on The Box where Ed Sheeran (fellow English singer) came with us and a few of our mates as well,” George enthused to reporters at Z100’s Jingle Ball in New York last Friday, while band mate Siva Kaneswaren chimed in that “she’s nice to have around.”

    The band also discussed the night Lohan allegedly struck the clubgoer, calling it “a blur” before referring to the actress as a “sweetheart.” And during an interview on New York radio station Z100, George again remarked, “I think we’ve proved to ourselves, if we can stay out of trouble and keep her (Lohan) out of trouble this week, then we’re obviously outstanding citizens of the community, and we’ve managed to do both, so I’m quite proud of that.”

    This week, Lohan was snapped strategically stroking George’s knee, hugging him, strolling alongside the band, and another member, Jay McGuiness, has been spotted donning a “Free Lindsay” shirt following her nightclub arrest.

    “There are a lot of acts that occupy an aesthetic space similar to The Wanted. As far as resorting to her, I’ve heard that any press is good press… And you don’t just need a starlet, you need a mess,” remarked Jed Smith of Beta Fish Music. “The paparazzi may seek out notable faces, but they froth at one that might embarrass herself or give them a before picture when she might catch a DUI, or get in a fight, or invoke some fresh PR hell. Rolling to a spot with Lohan guarantees a lot of shots and a lot of coverage, right?”

    However, Lohan may want to caution herself before she falls too head-over-heels for the pop prince.

    “I do think there is sometimes value in unknowns attaching to larger brands even if they are somewhat tainted. Clearly The Wanted can attract media attention via a connection to Lindsay Lohan,” noted Ronn Torossian, President & CEO of 5W Public Relations. “Lohan doesn’t gain much, but she may be so far gone she may be oblivious to the whole thing. Lohan may not even realize the degree to which she is being used.”

    According to public relations expert Lisa Elia, the added attention might be a two-way street.

    “The bright light of the media that Lindsay Lohan is bringing to The Wanted should help them become more known to people who would not necessarily have known about them previously. With all the Lindsay Lohan attention around them, people will become curious about who they are. Undoubtedly, more people will then be curious enough to listen to their music, some people will buy it, and some people will develop crushes on the handsome Max George,” she said. “The way that Max George and The Wanted are positioning their relationship (and Max’ relationship) with Lindsay, it appears to be casual. If anything, Max and the group seem to try to provide a stabilizing force in Lindsay’s life.”

    And let’s not forget that a few years ago, Lohan attempted her own bubblegum pop career – releasing club-popular singles such as “Confessions of a Broken Heart (Daughter to Father)” and “Bossy.” Coincidentally, or perhaps not-so-coincidentally, the music video released in 2006 for the Lindsay hit “Rumors” (not to be confused with the classic Fleetwood Mac album) featured a model with a striking resemblance to current squeeze George. And yes, they too got it on in a club setting.

    Life imitating art?

    Reps for Lohan and The Wanted did not respond to a request for comment.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/12/12/is-wanted-using-celeb-groupie-lindsay-lohan-to-up-their-visibility-in-us/#ixzz2EsHpgTkt

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