Lindsay Lohan DID have a ticket to return to Los Angeles from France before her passport was mysteriously stolen, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively obtained the document that proves it.
The controversy over whether or not Lohan had a ticket home in time for her mandatory court appearance last week was one of the major dramas of the Lohan saga. And missing that court date caused a bench warrant to be issued for Lindsay.
After Monday’s hearing, Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers told RadarOnline.com that Lohan’s top league eagle, Shawn Chapman Holley, was unable to produce a ticket confirming the sometime actress, all-time party girl planned to come home in time for her date with justice.
"All I got was an itinerary for travel on May 18th, and not a plane ticket," Meyers said.
"I did get a copy of Ms. Lohan's plane ticket and boarding pass for May 22nd."
It’s all true.
All Meyers received was a travel invoice from a travel agency, issued on May 18, that showed Lindsay Denise Lohan was booked on a Swiss International Airlines flight to depart Nice and arrive in Los Angeles, stopping over in Zurich.
On that document , it clearly states Lohan was scheduled to arrive at LAX at 1.10pm on May 19 — well in time for her to make the mandatory court date.
The flight was paid for on May 18 — and cost a staggering $6860.50.
But here’s the smoking gun.
RadarOnline.com confirmed that the itinerary was not only valid – but that a ticket was indeed issued. The ticket number on the invoice was indeed a legitimate booking for Lohan.
We also confirmed the ticket was never used.
That’s because when Lohan went to check in for the long-haul flight, Swiss could not issue her with a boarding pass and ticket, as she could not present a passport.
But some questions still remain over Monday’s court proceedings, in which Lohan was formally ordered to refrain from drugs and booze, fitted with an ankle-accessorizing SCRAM device and ordered to undergo random drug testing at a minimum of once per week.
Chapman Holley was unsuccessful in her attempt to convince Judge Marsha Revel to let Lohan escape wearing an alcohol monitoring device, because it would supposedly interfere with Lindsay’s upcoming movie in Texas.
As RadarOnline.com was first to report, producers for Machete and Inferno — the only two projects Lohan is attached to — revealed they both have no plans to film in the Lone Star State.
Her next probation hearing is set for July 6th.