A leading US judge has warned that the court system is at breaking point due to the amount of time spent on dealing with cases brought against Lindsay Lohan.
The troubled singer and actress appeared in court more than 354 times in March on such diverse charges as driving under the influence, stealing a necklace, driving under the influence and then stealing a necklace, driving with a suspended licence, then stealing a necklace after driving to the store on a suspended licence.
She was ordered to undergo a 3 week stay in rehab but left the fscility after only 24 hours.
On April 3rd, Lohan was ordered by an LA judge to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet but then appeared back in court the next day charged with selling the same bracelet with a view to purchasing alcohol. She was placed on probation for the latter charge but appeared in court the very next day for violating her probation by stealing another bracelet, selling it, buying a false drivers licence and driving to the nearest liquor store to get some alcohol to wash down the pills she had been prescribed to calm down her anxiety brought on by having to appear in court every other day.
Courtroom Number 3 in LA County Courthouse has been renamed "The LL Suite" in the actress' honour.