"I'm not going to jail!" - Lindsay Lohan
The troubled star vows to appeal the 90-day jail sentence Judge Marsha Revel handed down, according to one source who was with her on Wednesday night.
Linds was talking with people in her apartment about appealing the case, and uttered the above quote. Not only a spoiled brat, but also delusional, apparently.
The only real basis for an appeal would be arguing that Judge Revel abused her discretion in nailing her with a 90-day sentence, which was a tad extreme.
The chances of winning such an appeal are slim even under the best of circumstances, though ... and especially given Lindsay's performance on probation.
DO THE CRIME, DO THE TIME: Lindsay Lohan not only did the crime (DUI) in the first place, she violated her probation terms repeatedly ... and still acts like a victim.
She asked for it, and pulling a stunt like she did with the F-U nails isn't exactly going to win her brownie points. On the plus side, maybe they get HBO in jail?
Lindsay's vow to appeal could explain why Shawn Chapman Holley has resigned as the actress' counsel. She'll have to do it with a new attorney if she does.
Lohan's new attorney, Tiffany Feder-Cohen, has already been in touch with the Sheriff's Department. No word if she plans to compare Lindsay to a martyr.
Lindsay belongs in ...