According to TMZ sources, Lindsay Lohan failed one of her regular drug tests last week.
The same source reports that the substance in question is cocaine.
Ms Lohan could face up to 30 days in jail for each dirty drug test, according to the terms of her probation.
Yesterday D.A. spokesperson Sandi Gibbons told TMZ that her office had not been “officially notified” of the test results and no court date has been set yet.Not Surprisingly, LiLo took to her Twitter… but this time she had a different tone to her commentary. The “Mean Girls” actress stated: “Regrettably, I did in fact fail my most recent drug test and if I am asked, I am prepared to appear before judge Fox next week as a result.”
She then added: “Substance abuse is a disease, which unfortunately doesn’t go away over night. I am working hard to overcome it and am taking positive steps.”
Making for a preemptive strike, the “Machete” actress hit up an AA meeting on Friday night (September 17) while also grabbing dinner at Magnolia Restaurant in Hollywood.
As for her career efforts, LiLo had planned to fly to Louisiana to shoot “Inferno” and NYC for “Saturday Night Live” – although she now must hope that Judge Elden Fox doesn’t revoke her out-of-state travel privileges.
Lindsay is now relying on Judge Elden Fox to allow her to leave California to shoot “Inferno” in Louisiana and possibly fly to New York City for “Saturday Night Live.”
Making matters worse, Miss Lohan has all but made it impossible to get insurance for her movies – with “Inferno” bosses allegedly quite irate over her latest screw-up.In some better career news, Lindsay has been officially announced as the host of “Saturday Night Live” for the December 4th episode.
An inside source told Radar, “Yes, it’s true, she’s confirmed to host.” The last time she did the show back in 2008, LiLo had a blast and was a hit with the cast and audience.
This announcement comes after Lindsay had a quick and hilarious skit on the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards with Chelsea Handler.
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