Lindsay Lohan is pissed at Justin Bieber for calling her out in his epic rant Thursday, saying his cheap shot was both immature and totally unnecessary.
She's absolutely right, but when the Bieb basically said that Lohan is the epitome of a walking disaster, he wasn't off base from a factual standpoint.
Prosecutors are itching to use her track record against her, too.
When she goes to trial next week for allegedly lying to cops after her car accident, the D.A. will attempt to introduce evidence she's done this all before.
Prosecutors are convinced that beyond being a pathological liar and menace to society in general, LL has pulled the same crap numerous times.
Essentially, telling cops she wasn't driving when she totes was.
Lindsay is being prosecuted for allegedly telling police she was a passenger in the Porsche that crashed into a truck last June on Pacific Coast Highway.
Officials say she was driving not Gavin Doyle as she claims.
The 26-year-old star is also being charged with violating her probation as a result of this offense, which could mean additional time behind bars.
Prosecutors might be more willing to give her a favorable plea deal if she hadn't done the same thing twice before. The D.A. will tell the jury about:
- Lindsay's 2007 DUI in Beverly Hills, when her car struck a curb at 5:30 a.m. on Sunset Blvd., after which she said she was just a passenger in the car (false).
- The March 2012 incident in which her Porsche allegedly struck a pedestrian and fled. She told cops she was a passenger in that case as well (also false).
Officials say these "prior bad acts" show a pattern of misconduct, and clearly they're not wrong. Her best hope is clearly to take a plea deal and go to rehab.
Will she do so, or reject it like a moron and go to trial?
All bets are off. But you tell us: Should she do time?