Lindsay Lohan has enlisted the help of a spiritual advisor to counsel her and urge a judge to keep her out of jail at her hearing in January ... you can't make this stuff up.
Lohan's spiritual guru (yes, she really has one) will write a letter on her behalf, with Lindsay believing that the letters will help prove jail is not the best option for her.
The hot mess faces up to 245 days in the slammer for her recent probation violation (she's on probation for necklace thievery), triggered by her recent legal altercations.
She's convinced a letter from the spiritual advisor will have a real impact, specifically because he's been helping her since 2008 ... a lot of good that's done.
Lohan's angle, despite her laundry list of legal woes, is that she's benefited from counseling in the past, and her advisor can and will vouch for that fact.
She allegedly admits she needs professional help - not coincidentally, when it's the last alternative to eight months in the can - and is praying a judge will agree.
The judge has the option to send her to counseling instead, and Commissioner Jane Godfrey, who will arraign LiLo, is seen as one who may actually grant that.
Should she? Or should LiLo do TIME?