Lindsay Lohan arrest warrant issued
The warrant stems from her 2007 DUI and hit-and-run
A warrant for the arrest of the "Mean Girls" star was issued by Beverly Hills Superior Court Friday, March 13, stemming from her 2007 DUI and hit-and-run.
"A warrant was in fact issued [March 13] for the arrest of Lindsay Lohan," the police confirm in a statement. "The circumstances leading to the issuance by the court are not readily available at this time. It is our hope that Ms. Lohan will surrender herself so this matter can be resolved in at timely manner."
Lohan is currently serving a three-year probation term for her second DUI conviction. If she violates any terms of her probation -- such as failing to have a drug test or meet with her probation officer -- she could face jail time.
In 2007, Lohan enjoyed a booze-fueled Memorial Day weekend that culminated in her crashing her Mercedes into a stand of trees on Sunset Blvd. The Beverly Hills Police Department also reportedly found a "usable amount" of cocaine in a subsequent search. She pleaded no contest to drunk and reckless driving and being under the influence of cocaine.
She was placed on the aforementioned probation and sentenced to 24 hours in jail -- although she really only served 84 minutes there. She also checked into rehab, after which she got in trouble yet again. This time, the actress commandeered another person's SUV and used it to chase the mother of one of her acquaintances into Santa Monica. She has since been named in lawsuits by the various people involved from each car in the chase.
Thus far, Lilo's whereabouts are unknown, but she was spotted Friday night at the partying with friends at the Chateau Marmont.