Jan. 15 - Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty to three charges related to a June traffic accident. John Russell reports.
Lindsay Lohan pleaded not guilty on Tuesday (January 15) to three charges related to a June traffic accident that led a judge to revoke the troubled actress' probation last month. Lohan, who did not attend the hearing, was arraigned on misdemeanor charges of reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing police when she said she was not behind the wheel of her sports car, which smashed into a truck in Santa Monica, California. Lohan's not guilty plea was entered in a Los Angeles court by her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley. The "Liz & Dick" actress is on probation for a 2011 jewelry theft and could be sent to jail if she is found to have violated the terms of her probation. Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Jane Godfrey, who will also preside over Lohan's probation hearing, ordered the actress to attend a January 30 pretrial hearing. A date for Lohan's probation hearing will be set at that time.