Embattled Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan may soon be trading in the sunny views of Venice Beach for the dank cold cots of state prison if Judge Keith L. Schwartz has his way

Schwartz, who will be determining the  24-year old Lohan’s fate in her probation and grand theft cases, will also be the middleman in plea negotiations today between Lindsay’s lawyer Shawn Holley, and the prosecutor Danette Meyers.

Sources connected with the case claim that the  judge is looking for Lindsay to do some serious jail time.

Meyers has already told Holley any deal will include significant jail time … but Lindsay steadfastly refuses to accept a plea that involves time behind bars.

Sources connected with the case tell us Judge Schwartz will propose that Lindsay accept jail time for the probation violation and three years felony probation for the grand theft case. But here’s the BIG problem with that — if Lindsay gets in trouble during the probationary period, she’ll go to state prison.

If Lindsay doesn’t accept a plea, the judge will set a date for a preliminary hearing.


Ruh-roh! Sounds like Lilo might become a prison convict for real this time!

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