Lohan 'not particularly worried' about possibility of prison

Lohan 'not particularly worried' about possibility of prison

Lindsay Lohan isn't worried about possibly being sent to jail.

The 'Liz & Dick' star - who recently had her probation revoked after it was claimed she lied to police over a car accident in June and police are prosecutors are hoping she will be sent to prison -allegedly isn't concerned about her looming court hearing next month because she believes she hasn't done anything wrong.

A source close to the troubled starlet told the Huffington Post: "We are not sure if Lindsay knows how serious this is. She has been in front of judges so many times at this point that she's not particularly worried. Lindsay has total faith in her lawyer and the criminal justice system. As far as she's concerned she did nothing wrong."

Lindsay could be sentenced to up to eight months behind bars next month for violating her probation, according to reports.

Another insider suggested that the 26-year-old actress is so confident she will be vindicated that she isn't planning to change her behaviour before the hearing on January 25.

The source said: "Lindsay has no intention of changing her behaviour leading up to the hearing. She plans to enjoy the holidays going out to clubs and parties with friends. She thinks she's the victim and is confident the judge will see that too."

Lindsay was previously said to have recently agreed she had hit rock bottom and needed professional help but claimed she doesn't have the money to hire a psychiatrist as she is currently in debt.

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