(LOS ANGELES) — Any chance of Lindsay Lohan reaching a plea deal in her car crash case in advance of next week’s trial has apparently vanished.
According to TMZ.com, prosecutors have ended plea deal talks because the Mean Girls star was opposed to any agreement that would result in punishment. The website has reported in the past that Lohan was offered a deal that would allow her to avoid jail and instead spend time in rehab.
The trial is set for Monday in California. Lohan faces misdemeanor charges, including lying to police, in connection with a collision between her Porsche and a dump truck on the Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica last June. Her probation stemming from a 2011 necklace theft case was revoked as a result of the charges related to the car crash.
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