Lindsay Lohan Gets Another Arrest Warrant After Her Court-Ordered Alcohol Monitoring Device Alerts
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Tuesday issued an arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan after the star's alcohol monitoring device went off, apparently while she was attending an MTV Music Awards after-party. It's the second arrest warrant for Lohan in the last four weeks related to a 2007 DUI conviction and conditions set on her bail, which include checking in with court (she missed a date, prompting the first warrant) and no alcohol. The 23-year-old denied the that the ankle-based SCRAM device alerted:
"My scram wasn't set off," she said via Twitter. "Its physically impossible considering I've nothing for it to go off. All of these false reports are absolutely wrong. This is all because of a FALSE accusation by tabloids & paparazzi & it is fucking disgusting. I've been more than in compliance & [I'm] feeling great."
Court Judge Marsha Revel wasn't really feeling Lohan, however, as her attorney was ordered to the Beverly Hills courthouse at 3 p.m. Tuesday, apparently to hear the news that the device alerted and that Lohan would get another arrest warrant.
"She was in violation of the conditions of her bail, so her bail is forfeited,'' the judge said.
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Lohan's bail was then reset at $200,000. Part of the actress' past bail conditions were that she abstained from alcohol, attended an alcohol education class and submitted to drug tests.
-With reporting from City News Service. Got news? Email us.
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