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Lindsay Lohan could face jail time for lying about crash

LINDSAY Lohan could face "significant jail time" after lying to the police about her car crash in June.

Although the 'Liz & Dick' star previously told officials she wasn't driving her Porsche during the accident on the Pacific Coast Highway but after several witnesses came forward to claim she was behind the wheel, police are now pushing for a period of incarceration for her as she is already on probation.

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A source told RadarOnline: "Once Lindsay is formally charged with lying to cops, the Los Angeles City Attorney's office will ask for a formal probation violation hearing.

"At the conclusion of the probation hearing prosecutors will ask the judge to sentence Lindsay to significant time in jail, up to one year.

"Prosecutors and cops think there is more than enough evidence for the judge to find Lindsay in violation of probation and are hopeful that this time, she will face the maximum penalty for lying to cops.

"Remember, the burden is much lower for a probation violation, just the fact that Lindsay will be charged with a crime is enough for her probation to be revoked and sent to jail."

Lindsay is on probation since being found guilty of stealing a necklace in July 2011, for which she was sentenced to 120 days in prison and 480 hours of community service.

Lindsay's publicist Steve Honig recently quit working for the troubled star after a damaging few months for the actress, which also saw her accuse mother Dina Lohan of taking cocaine and foil an intervention attempt by her father Michael Lohan.



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