1Topics / Celebrity6/29/2011 15:37Lohan released from house arrest after 35 days
Lindsay Lohan was freed from house arrestWednesday morning, ending a drama-filled 35 days and opening the next chapter in the troubled starlet's efforts to put her courttroubles behind her.
2Topics / Celebrity6/23/2011 15:13Judge tells Lohan: No more parties at house
The house party is over for Lindsay Lohan, at least while she's on house arrest.
3Topics / Celebrity5/26/2011 15:49Lohan begins serving sentence on house arrest
Lindsay Lohan returned to a women's jail before dawn on Thursday and was released before rush hour to begin serving a four-month jail sentence at her home for a probation violation.
4Topics / Celebrity5/11/2011 12:46Lawyer enters no contest plea for Lohan in theft
Lindsay Lohan's attorney has entered a no contest plea on behalf of the actress in a case involving a stolen necklace.
5Topics / Celebrity4/30/2011 20:27AP Source: Lohan wants to end necklace theft case
Lindsay Lohan wants to enter a no contest plea to end a criminal case filed over a $2,500 necklace reported stolen, a source close to the actress said Saturday.
6Topics / Movies4/20/2011 23:15Lindsay Lohan to play Junior Gotti's wife
Lindsay Lohan is joining the big screen Gotti family as the wife of John Gotti Jr. in a biopic of one of New York's most infamous families.
7Topics / Scandals4/1/2011 21:26Lohan, rehab worker heard yelling on 911 call
A rehab worker told a 911 dispatcher that she ordered Lindsay Lohan to pack her bags and leave the Betty Ford Center after the actress hit her during a December argument, according to a recording of the call released Friday.
8Topics / Scandals3/29/2011 20:00Lindsay Lohan won't be charged for rehab scuffle
Lindsay Lohan has one less legal worry after prosecutors announced Tuesday that they would not pursue any charges against her over a December scuffle with a rehab worker.
9Topics / Scandals3/23/2011 22:05Lohan rejects judge's plea offer in theft case
Lindsay Lohan rejected a judge's offer to end a felony grand theft case early and her attorney said Wednesday it is because the actress has a strong defense and is confident she can win an acquittal.
10Topics / Gossip3/10/2011 23:22Lohan leaves court with new offer from judge
A judge on Thursday gave Lindsay Lohan two weeks to consider an undisclosed deal to end a felony grand theft case before an upcoming hearing that could send the starlet to jail for the fourth time.