Lindsay Lohan pleas in California misdemeanor car crash case

Famed child star Lindsay Lohan has been in the public eye over the past several years for a succession of legal issues. She recently appeared in a California courtroom to negotiate a plea agreement with prosecutors regarding a misdemeanor car crash charge. As part of the plea deal, Lohan will serve at least 90 days in a rehabilitation center where she will be 'locked down' and unable to leave of her own volition.

Authorities agreed to remove one charge of obstructing a police officer in the deal. In return, Lohan made a no contest plea to one count of reckless driving and another of lying to police investigators regarding a June accident along the Pacific Coast Highway. Police officials were attempting to question the actress because she had allegedly been involved in the accident.

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