Lindsay Lohan Pleads Not Guilty In Car Crash Case
'Fired' lawyer Shawn Holley appeared in court on LiLo's behalf...
The Liz & Dick star's lawyer Shawn Holley was on hand to deliver LiLo's plea to the court on her behalf, despite reports suggesting that she had been fired.
Holley was asked by the judge whether she was still acting as Lohan's attorney, to which she replied: "At this point, yes."
Following claims that Lindsay had hired Mark Heller as her lawyer in New York, Shawn went on to add: "The representation issue will be nailed down."
TMZ went on to allege that a bench warrant for the 26-year old's arrest would have been issued against her if Holley had not arrived in court.
The judge has now ordered LiLo to appear in court, with a pretrial date set for 30th January.
Earlier this week, it was claimed that the Mean Girls actress had turned down a plea deal that could have saved her from a prison sentence, with Santa Monica prosecutors apparently prepared to give Lindsay her freedom is she entered a "lockdown rehab" for six months.