08 July 2010

VIDEO: Lindsay Lohan Court Room Meltdown

In what could have been the setting of a Hollywood courtroom drama, Lindsay Lohan found herself being sentenced to jail after repeatedly violating the terms of her probation.
After giving a somewhat lengthy and award worthy soliloquy before the judge, actress Lindsay Lohan totally looses it the court.  While being sentenced to 90 days in jail, and an additional 90 days inpatient drug rehab, to commence within two days of her release, Lohan finds the shoulder of her attorney a suitable pillow to cry on.

I know this is not a celebrity news blog, but some train wrecks are hard to ignore.  Take a close look at the collagen injected, trout pout lips on the Freaky Friday star.



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