Is Lindsay going back to jail for refusing an alcohol test?

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RadarOnline says absolutely.

After she was caught sneaking back into her sober living facility, Lindsay Lohan allegedly refused to take a breathalyzer test, and has learned exclusively that if that allegation is true, the decision could possibly land her in jail for six months.

“Judge Fox made it very clear to Lindsay: a dirty test, or a refusal to submit to a test, would be counted and considered as a dirty test,” a source told exclusively.

Lohan eventually took an alcohol test — and passed it — the morning after the incident, was first to report.

“Lindsay is in very, very big trouble. It’s very likely Judge Fox will haul her into court in the next week to deal with this,” the source added.

“Judge Fox had been willing to give her a second chance.” learned on Tuesday that police are investigating a claim by Dawn Holland, a worker at the rehab center, that Lindsay pushed her. Holland also claims that Lindsay threw a phone at her and yanked another phone out of her hand, injuring her.

As was the first to report, Holland was fired from the facility on Tuesday. “[It was] due to breach of patient confidentiality because I did an interview with TMZ.,” she told in an exclusive (and unpaid) interview. Holland confirmed she was paid in the ball park of $10,000-$15,000 by TMZ.

In a statement, Betty Ford said Holland “violated strict confidentiality guidelines and laws by publicly identifying patients in a media interview and by disclosing a privileged document.”

Holland and TMZ could be facing a criminal probe for HIPAA violations. Holland’s daughter-in-law told that Holland has now hired an attorney. TMZ has not returned’s calls for comment on the situation.


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