Lindsay Lohan's lawyer, a district attorney and the judge overseeing the star's probation held a secret meeting Tuesday at the Beverly Hills court house on Tuesday, RadarOnline.com is reporting exclusively.
The topic was Lindsay and her potential probation violation.
Shawn Chapman Holley, who represents Lindsay met with Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers and Judge Marsha Revel in the judge's chambers, RadarOnline.com learned exclusively. They met for about 45 minutes.
The held a discussion about Lindsay's probation during lunch hour.
The judge wanted to talk to both sides about reports that Lindsay is not in compliance with the terms of her probation from a DUI arrest. Revel previously ordered the troubled actress to attend weekly alcohol education classes.
The progress report from her alcohol education class is not ready yet but it will be by her next hearing date, May 20, RadarOnline.com learned. Sources told us that Judge Revel is going to be looking at it "very, very carefully."
RadarOnline.com approached Shawn Chapman Holley after the meeting but Lindsay's lawyer had no comment.
Some reports have said that she has violated that probation by missing her alcohol education classes, which she is required to attend. While one report said that Lindsay had missed class as many as 20 days in a row, her lawyer told RadarOnline.com: "Though there have been occasional weeks when Lindsay has missed her alcohol treatment class, she has always managed to make up the class the following week by attending two classes.
"For this reason, we contend that Ms. Lohan is in substantial compliance with the conditions of her probation."
Lindsay's father Michael Lohan has been loudly calling for her to go into rehab and he has discussed getting a conservatorship for her.
Her mother has publicly denied that there is any problem with Lindsay.
But the secret meeting with Lindsay's judge on Tuesday shows the situation is growing hotter by the minute.
And only RadarOnline.com was on the scene and eye witnessed the parties going to meet.