The alcohol education program overseeing Lindsay Lohan's sobriety has been slapped with a subpoena to appear before a judge, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers served the troubled actor's court-ordered alcohol education program, Right On Program, in Glendale, California, on Friday.
Staff, including the program’s director, were ordered to testify at Lohan's probation violation hearing on July 6.
RadarOnline.com has learned it followed an incident Thursday when the director of Right On Program refused to answer Meyers’ questions, as part of her ongoing and wide-reaching investigation.
"The program director cited privacy laws and wouldn't tell the District Attorney anything, which is very unusual because this has never happened before with any other defendant," said a source familiar with the situation.
"These are court appointed programs and the prosecutor frequently calls to ask questions -- and those questions are always answered."
RadarOnline.com has been told prosecutors have suspicions that Right On Program was covering for the 23-year-old Mean Girls star, who reportedly did not follow the rules and attend all meetings.
It has been claimed the starlet was late for her classes and did not attend enough meetings to be in compliance, although she passed the program.
"In a different program last year, Lindsay had frequent attendance issues," explained a source.
"At the beginning of the year, when she switched to Right On, she had no attendance problems at all.
"That doesn't necessarily mean that anything is amiss, but when the D.A. was shut down on the telephone by the program director, she decided to have them served with subpoenas so they will be required to testify under oath."
It's the latest blow for Lohan, who as RadarOnline.com revealed, had an alcohol level of .04 on the day her SCRAM bracelet went off.
Lindsay’s alcohol level ranged from .03 to .04 from midnight to 3 a.m, during the hours after the MTV awards, we confirmed.
Judge Marsha Revel ordered Lindsay not to consume alcohol and revoked her bail and set a higher new bail after the incident.
RadarOnlne.com has also revealed Lindsay’s SCRAM bracelet was tampered with.
The tampering would not have led to a false positive reading for alcohol, a source familiar with the situation told us.
It is not yet known how the bracelet was tampered with.
On Thursday, Lindsay’s reps announced that the actress took a urine test that indicated she had no alcohol in her system after the SCRAM bracelet went off.
But official documentation from that test has not been made public.
We were there when the subpoenas were served -- and video will be posted shortly.