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Lindsay Lohan’s Lawyer Reportedly Quits

July 20, 2010 by Post Team 

Lindsay Lohan's Lawyer Reportedly QuitsLindsay Lohan’s Lawyer Reportedly Quits, Lindsay Lohan will report to prison on Tuesday, but it’s everybody’s guess who will continue its legal representation. Celebrity lawyer Robert Shapiro said to be the star legal team to close on Monday, TMZ is reporting, where it is unclear whether Lohan simply represent themselves when they are indulging in Judge Marsha Revel to begin its 90-day sentence.

Sources close to Lohan have told Shawn Chapman Holley RadarOnline . com, the lawyer for the star at the time of sentencing, has reconsidered and will be at her side, just like before. Chapman Holley not to sign the substitution of attorney form last week, which means they still Lohan technical adviser.

“Shawn never left, Bob had our guide,” a source told Radar. “He was great, but he was just consulting, that’s all he ever was.”

But Shapiro, who successfully defended O.J. Simpson in his murder trial, announced last week that he was indeed the new lawyer for Lohan, and that he was determined to help Lohan fasting and complete all conditions of her sentencing.

“Ms. Lohan was suffering from a disease that I am only too familiar with,” said Shapiro, whose son died of a drug overdose in 2005. “Hopefully I can assist the court Miss Lohan and Revel in the implementation of a treatment approach recommended by medical professionals for long term recovery and Ms. Lohan’s sobriety.”

Meanwhile, Lindsay is reportedly in a good mood as she waits her time behind bars – which will amount to about three weeks. The ‘Mean Girls’ actress joked on Twitter late Monday that “The only ‘bookings’ that I am familiar with Disney films, never thought I would be ‘books’ in prison … Eeek. “

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