Lindsay Lohan surrendered to Beverly Hills police Thursday with her lawyer in tow.
Lohan, 21, was formally booked on charges of driving under the influence and hit and run in connection with her Memorial Day car crash. Officer Brian Ballieweg said Lohan was fingerprinted, photographed and then released on her recognizance on $30,000 bail. A court date was scheduled for August 24.
In other LiLo news, The New York Post‘s Page Six reports Lindsay’s post-rehab trip to Vegas may have Hollywood suits shying away from working with her. Lindsay’s next project, the film Poor Things with Shirley MacLaine has been canceled, according to set designer Fontaine Beauchamp Hebb. “Apparently, Ms. Lohan’s antics in Las Vegas over the weekend have scared the bond companies and all of the funding has been pulled,” Hebb wrote in an e-mail, according to Page Six.
Although Lindsay has volunteered to wear an alcohol-monitoring bracelet, insurers were said to worried. The producers of Poor Things and Lohan’s rep declined to comment.