The court summoned the Santa Monica Lindsay Lohan whose presence was not required to Tuesday next hearing on January 30.
The actress of 26 years had been accused in November of three misdemeanor counts of resisting or obstructing an officer, bearing false witness and driving recklessly, he stated that he was driving the Porsche that crashed into a truck in June in Santa Monica. A subsequent police investigation said "that Lohan was the driver of the Porsche when the accident occurred."
These charges could send her to prison from three months to a year, especially because, when the crash occurred, Lohan was on probation for stealing a valuable necklace at a jewelry store in 2011.
Thus, in December, a judge revoked the probation of the protagonist of "Liz & Dick", a biography of Elizabeth Taylor premiered on television in November, according caustic reviews, marked the collapse of Lohan's career.
The confused audience on Tuesday could have ended in an arrest warrant if the recently dismissed Lohan's lawyer, Shawn Holley, had not come to represent anyway, reported TMZ entertainment site.
According to TMZ, Shawn Holley, the lawyer who has defended Lohan in countless skirmishes with the law, was fired on Monday by a letter from Lohan's attorney in New York, Butt Heller. But Heller has no credentials to practice in California. And if the actress had no representative on Tuesday, the court could have issued an arrest warrant.
However, despite the dismissal, the lawyer went to court in Santa Monica to enter the plea of "not guilty" on behalf of the actress.
Although Lohan has had legal problems almost continuously since 2007, has managed to stay out of prison except for the 87 minutes he spent in a cell in November of that year. He also did community service at a morgue, which did not involve anything related to the bodies.
Despite an acclaimed performance in "Mean Girls" (2004) during his adolescence, exestrella Disney has become more famous for his drug problems and his stays in prison for his work.