In Judge Marsha Revel’s chambers Monday, Lindsay Lohan and her lawyer were unable to provide a plane ticket proving she had a trip home for a mandatory court date, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
The meeting took place after Lindsay and her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley represented in court that the could produce proof that Lindsay had a plane ticket for May 19, the day before she was required to appear in Los Angeles court for a probation status update hearing.
But Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers told RadarOnline.com exclusively that Lohan did NOT produce a plane ticket she claimed to have when the parties met after Monday’s court proceeding.
"All I got was an itinerary for travel on May 18th, and not a plane ticket,” Meyers told RadarOnline.com exclusively. ”I did get a copy of Ms. Lohan's plane ticket and boarding pass for May 22nd.
“I will definitely be bringing this up at the probation violation hearing," Meyers told us. That hearing is set for July 6.
"I think she is very upset with the conditions the court imposed," Meyers told RadarOnline.com about Lindsay.
Lohan was ordered to wear a SCRAM alcohol-monitoring bracelet and was fitted with one at the courthouse. She was ordered not to drink alcohol, to attend alcohol education class once a week and to undergo random drug testing, which will happen at least once a week.
The judge denied her request to not wear the SCRAM bracelet, which Lohan’s lawyer said would interfere with upcoming photo shoots and a movie role. The judge also denied Lohan’s request to go to Texas, where the actress said she is scheduled to film Inferno.
Meyers told RadarOnline.com after today’s hearing that if Lindsay tests positive for drugs or violates any term of her probation, the judge can revoke her bail and issue an arrest warrant.
An arrest warrant was issued last week when Lindsay was a no-show for her court date. Bond was posted on $100,000 bail and the warrant was recalled.
In court Monday, Meyers told the judge that she wanted to see proof Lindsay had purchased a plane ticket to fly home for her May 20 hearing. Holley said she had proof that she would present to the court. But no plane ticket was produced, Meyers told RadarOnline.com exclusively.