Lindsay Lohan by Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.com Lindsay Lohan by Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.com

Lindsay Lohan turned herself into the Beverly Hills Police on Thursday to be fingerprinted and photographed (no crotch shots, please) in connection with her involvement in the Memorial Day weekend car crash where she was found to have a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit. Lohan was released on her own recognizance, with a court date slated for Aug. 24.

Meanwhile, Lohan's hard partying, though supposedly now curbed, may have cost her a film gig. Poor Things, in which she was to have starred with Shirley MacLaine, had its plug pulled because, as an e-mail from a production source cited by the New York Post claims, "Ms. Lohan's [recent] antics... have scared the bond companies, and all of the funding has been pulled."

A pal of LiLo's refutes the spin, saying the film "was a mess to begin with," then adds, "Lindsay is proving to everyone that she is, and will remain, sober by voluntarily wearing the ankle bracelet and taking drug tests."