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Lindsay Lohan Glitter-Bombed On Her Very Familiar Walk To Court (VIDEO)

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Lindsay Lohan was showered with gold glitter as she made the very familiar walk into the Los Angeles Superior Court on March 18.

After rejecting numerous plea deals from the prosecution, the troubled 26-year-old actress arrived nearly an hour late to the start of her latest trial.

The "Mean Girls" star has been charged with lying to the police, in connection to a car accident that took place last June on the Pacific Coast Highway. If found guilty, the actress faced up to eight months in jail; however she struck an unexpected plea deal with the prosecution at the last moment.

Lohan pled no contest to the charges and must complete 90 days in rehab, perform 30 days of community labor and must undergo psychotherapy for 18 months, reports TMZ. The actress was also sentenced to five days in jail for reckless driving, but it will be folded into her stay in rehab, meaning she'll avoid jail time once again.

At this point, Lohan is more of a regular fixture at the courthouse than the red carpet, and we've pulled together a few of her countless court appearances over the past few years. It is now commonplace to see Lohan pull up in a big black SUV, but at the rate she's going, we'd have thought they would have assigned her a parking spot by now.

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