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TMZ.com first reported the incident.

During a court hearing last month, a judge praised Miss Lohan on her progress in a long-running drunken driving case.

The former Disney star has been under strict probation guidelines, including therapy sessions and weekly stints working at the morgue. She is due back in court March 29 for what could be her final court appearance if she stays out of trouble.

Slash staying mum on Guns N’ Roses reunion

Will Guns N’ Roses reunite for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Behind his dark glasses, hat and big hair, the group’s former guitarist Slash is staying noncommittal on the subject.

The hard rock group enters the Hall of Fame in Cleveland on April 14, an event at which honored acts often perform as part of the celebration. But the group’s original lineup fell apart in 1996, so fans hoping to see the band reunite may be disappointed.

“It’s definitely an honor and I have no idea what’s going to happen on that day,” Slash told the Associated Press. “It’s more like going into it with blinders on and just see what happens.”

Guns N’ Roses blazed onto the rock scene in 1987 with their official debut “Appetite for Destruction.” Fronted by bandana-wearing singer Axl Rose, the band also featured Slash and Izzy Stradlin on guitars, plus bassist Duff McKagan and Steven Adler on drums.

Since leaving, Slash has had success with various projects, such as Slash’s Snakepit and the group Velvet Revolver. He’s also appeared alongside artists such as Michael Jackson, Rihanna and Bob Dylan.

He’s in the U.K. to promote his new solo album, “Apocalyptic Love,” which comes out May 21.

“I had a really good time, the whole process, from the inception of the record, you know the creating, the writing and so on all the way up through the recording,” he said. “I’m really looking forward to the tour.”

His U.S. tour starts May 3 in Baltimore.

Plummer’s ‘Barrymore’ moves from stage to screen

Christopher Plummer’s haunting portrayal of John Barrymore is being given a new audience.

Producers said Tuesday that the film “Barrymore” will be shown at cinemas in Canada beginning in May and throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other countries in October, according to the Associated Press.

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