But Holley reportedly received a letter from a New York attorney saying that she was fired.
In June, Lohan's vehicle crashed into a dump truck. At the scene, Lohan told police that she was not driving. Investigators now believe she was behind the wheel and therefore lied to investigators. She is charged with lying to police, reckless driving and obstructing police from performing their duties.
Lying to Police
Although all of the charges are misdemeanors, they could be cause for the revocation of her probation for stealing a necklace in 2011. The "Dick & Liz" actress could face up to 245 days in jail if her probation is revoked.
Lohan wasn't in court Tuesday, but will have to appear at a hearing January 30. During this week's hearing, Los Angeles County Superior Court Commissioner Jane Godfrey asked attorney Shawn Holley if she still represented Lohan.
"Yes, at this point, yes," said Holley.
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