BREAKING: Lindsay Lohan ’bout to be in some serious trouble!

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Lindsay Lohan has finally done juuuuuuuuuuuuuuust enough to finally get her ass into some real honest-to-goodness trouble? Up until now, she’s skated by with some slaps on the wrist, but that might be about to change!

According to TMZ, Lindsay Lohan WILL have her probation revoked.

Lindsay will be charged with lying to a police officer, after telling a Santa Monica police officer she was NOT driving her Porsche last June when she slammed into an 18-wheeler on Pacific Coast Highway. Truth is, she WAS driving, and lying to police is a crime.

Sources connected with the case tell TMZ … when the Santa Monica City Attorney files the criminal case against Lindsay, it will go to L.A. County Superior Court Judge Jane Godfrey for arraignment.  At the time Lindsay is arraigned, we’re told Judge Godfrey will revoke Lindsay’s probation and set the matter for a full hearing, on grounds she violated her probation in the jewelry case by breaking the law.

In case you’re wondering, the judge who handled the jewelry case, Stephanie Sautner, will not be involved in the probation violation case.  Once Lindsay was sentenced, the probation case gets sent to whatever judge is hearing the next criminal case against LiLo.

We’re told the criminal case will be filed soon.

Will this actually spell trouble for Lindsay? Or will her lawyer get her out of it….yet again. Honestly, I hope something DOES finally happen to this girl – show her she’s not invincible (even though she seems to be). Lie to the police? Go to jail! Isn’t that what we tell our kids?

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Monday, November 19th, 2012 at 5:17pm
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