Samantha Ronson, a former love interest of Lindsay Lohan, was arrested on Monday on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. The 33-year-old disc jockey was arrested on Monday. She was pulled over by law enforcement officers around 10:30 a.m. Officers said they pulled her vehicle over because she was speeding by driving 89 mph in a zone marked for 70 mph.
Lindsay Lohan was sentenced on Wednesday to 120 days in jail for violating her probation after pleading no contest to the theft of a necklace. Lohan is still on probation related to arrests on suspicion of driving under the influence in 2007. Lohan's attorney entered the no contest plea on her behalf, as Lohan was not in court. The plea does not include an admission of guilt, but it is a conviction.
Lindsay Lohan was released early from inpatient rehab on Tuesday by a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge. At a hearing on Wednesday, the judge laid out the terms of Lohan's early release. The 24-year-old star of "Mean Girls" and "Herbie Fully Loaded" will have to attend counseling several times a week until November. The sessions will include psychotherapy and addiction counseling. Lohan will also have to remain in the Los Angeles area and submit at least twice a week to random drug and alcohol testing.
As expected, Lindsay Lohan will serve a much shorter sentence than was handed down to her by a superior court judge two weeks ago. Sheriff's officials in California confirmed this week that Lohan will serve 13 days of her 90-day sentence. Lohan will be released early as is standard for nonviolent female offenders in order to reduce overcrowding in California's prisons.
Lindsay Lohan arrived handcuffed today at a California jail and began serving her 90-day sentence for violating her probation from a 2007 drunk driving conviction. Lohan was sentenced to the 90-days in jail, to be followed by a 3-month stint in rehab, by a superior court judge after she failed to complete her court-mandated alcohol education classes. Lohan was on probation after pleading guilty to misdemeanor drug charges and no contest to three driving charges related to two separate DUI arrests in 2007.