Lindsay Lohan's probation was formally revoked in her necklace theft case in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday morning, but her lawyer, Shawn Holley formally postponed the embattled starlet's arraignment on three new charges stemming from a car accident in Santa Monica, California last summer, RadarOnline.com is reporting.
Court Commissioner Jane Godfrey formally set Lohan's new arraignment date for January 15 for allegedly lying to cops about being behind the wheel of her Porsche when it crashed into the back of a big-rig on the Pacific Coast Highway in June.
Shawn Holley, Lohan's long-suffering famed attorney, told the court they planned to vehemently fight the probation violation,which could send the Liz & Dick star to jail for 245 days. The probation violation hearing will be scheduled at the January 15 arraignment.
Lohan wasn't required to be in court Wednesday morning for the proceedings – and she was not there. The Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, which is overseeing Lohan's probation on the necklace theft case, asked that bail be set, but Godfrey didn't think it was necessary to do so at this time.
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Stay tuned to RadarOnline.com for further developments.