Lindsay Lohan’s career is in jeopardy, even more so with her new ‘felony’ charge! Check out all of her past mugshots
Lindsay Lohan has struggled to find work after all of her legal troubles and multiple stints in rehab. But now that she’s facing a felony grand theft charge today after allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace, her career might be over for good. Hollywood experts tell us why!
“Lindsay was already a pain the butt to insure before…now it’s going to be virtually impossible!” says a Hollywood producer who wishes to remain nameless. “I wouldn’t come close to hiring Lindsay right now, even if she doesn’t get charged for this jewelry thing. Not only is she a walking liability, she’s not marketable enough and I haven’t seen any talent from her in awhile.”
Attorney Susan Filan agrees, “It’s always harder to get work as a convicted felon. A felony conviction stays with you for life unless you receive a pardon or get it expunged from your record which is very hard to do. So, it will up to every employer for the rest of her life whether they wish to hire a felon. This could ruin her career.”
Lindsay is heading to court today at 1:30PM for a felony grand larceny charge which could put her in jail for up to three years. And in addition to possibly serving time, once the entire legal process is over, if Miss Lohan is convicted, our Hollywood insider says she won’t be getting any offers for jobs.
“If she gets charged, I can’t imagine anyone will be offering her any jobs. Unless someone like Mel Gibson wants to pay the millions it will cost to insure her, she’s not getting any gigs. Honestly, I wouldn’t even want to cast her in one of my reality projects right now. That’s how untouchable she is.” Ouch!
Filan confesses there’s “a chance” Lindsay could get jobs since “she is well-known” but asserts a felony is a serious offense, and should be treated as such.
What do you think? Should Lindsay be allowed to work in Hollywood again? And stay tuned for Lindsay’s latest mugshot which will be added to her already extensive collection. We will be reporting from the LA courthouse today.