Lindsay Lohan's probation will be revoked for lying to police - report
After her car accident in June, Lohan told Santa Monica police that she was not driving her Porsche when it crashed into an 18-wheeler on Pacific Coast Highway. But she actually was the one behind the wheel.
Once the Santa Monica city attorney files the criminal case against the actress -- which TMZ reports is happening soon -- it will head to Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Jane Godfrey for arraignment.
Judge Godfrey will reportedly revoke Lohan's probation and set a hearing on the grounds that the actress violated her probation from her jewelry theft a year and a half ago.