Lohan Arrest Warrant Dismissed
A judge dismissed the arrest warrant for Lindsay Lohan on Monday after the actress' attorney provided proof that Lohan has complied with the terms of her probation.
Judge Marsha N. Revel said Lohan has not failed any drug or alcohol tests, but will need to provide better documentation.
A $50,000 warrant was issued Friday by the Beverly Hills Police Department in the star's 2007 DUI case. Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, labeled it a "misunderstanding."
"As you saw in court, this was really much ado about nothing," Holley said after the hearing. Lohan did not attend the session.
Holley said the confusion resulted from Lohan switching treatment programs.
Lohan was arrested and cited for a DUI after driving her Mercedes into a curb in May 2007. Two months later, she was arrested for another DUI and pleaded guilty to two counts of being under the influence of cocaine.
Lohan also pleaded no contest to DUI and reckless driving charges. She spent 84 minutes in jail and was sentenced to community service and a drug-treatment program.