LinLo: Warrant Quashed, Cops Called to Her Home

Lindsay Lohan's next appearance won't be in jail garb.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Monday quashed an arrest warrant that was issued Friday for the 22-year-old "Mean Girls" star.
Judge Marsha N. Revel determined that the actress has been complying with the terms of her probation but needs to show her treatment program better documentation to avoid future court problems. The judge also noted that Lohan has not failed any drug or alcohol tests.
Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, presented Revel with documentation Monday morning that her client had not violated her probation. She said after the hearing that the confusion stemmed from the actress switching treatment programs.
"As you saw in court, this was really much ado about nothing," Holley told reporters after the hearing. She said she expects Lohan to successfully complete her probation.

What the El!?! Editorial:

While all this legal wrangling was going on, Lindsay and Samantha Ronson apparently had a knockdown drag out fight.

LAPD officers responded to a call about a domestic dispute at their Beachwood Canyon home Saturday morning.

Neighbors called police when they heard shouting and things hitting the wall. At one point a window on the side of the house was broken.

Can anyone say train wreck?

(Associated Press)

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