Lindsay Lohan has yet another mug shot to add to the collection.
The 26-year-old actress posed for what is her sixth such picture in Los Angeles after being formally booked by Santa Monica police on Tuesday, March 19 ahead of a five-day jail sentence, which is included as part of a 90-day rehab stint she is set to serve after pleading no contest in a 2012 car crash case. She was released from custody the same day and won't serve her time until after a May 2 hearing.
The actress, who has faced more than five years of personal and legal turmoil, arrived 50 minutes late for her trial on Monday, March 18 and landed by private jet from New York to Los Angeles International Airport, located near the courthouse. An unidentified person threw glitter at her as security officers shuffled her past the paparazzi and news photographers outside the entrance.
Lohan's attorney, Mark Heller, met for about two hours with prosecutors and the judge, who later handed down the actress' sentence after announcing the deal. Lohan was ordered to complete five days in jail, which will be "absorbed" into a 90-day rehab stint that will take place behind locked doors.
She was also given 18 months of psychological counseling and 30 days of community labor, which she will be allowed to complete in New York, where she lives, along with her mother and siblings.
The "Mean Girls" star had pleaded no contest to charges of lying to cops, reckless driving and "willfully resisting, obstructing or delaying an officer in the course of their duties," stemming from a June 2012 car accident in Los Angeles. While she has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor charges, they did spur a judge to revoke her probation from a 2011 missing necklace case.
"A suggestion: Don't drive," the judge told Lohan on Monday. "You're in New York - you don't need to drive."
Lohan's probation was extended for another two years on Monday. She was also given a suspended sentence of 180 days in county jail, which means she would only have to serve that time if she is found to have violated her probation by not completing her sentence or by otherwise breaking any laws. She has a hearing on May 2 to show proof she has enrolled in psychological counseling and community labor.
Lohan has appeared in court more than 18 times during more than five years worth of legal turmoil, which has included five jail stints that have lasted a total of less than two weeks. She has also been treated for substance abuse.
(Pictured above: Lindsay Lohan appears at a Los Angeles court with her attorney, Mark Heller, at a previous hearing about her car crash case that took place on Jan. 30, 2013. / Lindsay Lohan appears in a mug shot that was taken on March 19, 2013 by the Santa Monica Police Department, which was obtained by OTRC.com.)