Lindsay Lohan's proof is in the peeing. Isn't it?
E! News has exclusively learned that a court-ordered urine sample, submitted by Lohan just hours after her SCRAM bracelet set off an alert in the wee hours of June 7, came back negative.
Just as Lohan and her attorney suggested that it would.
"They did a urinalysis through Medtox labs and it was indicated conclusively that there was no alcohol in her system at that time," says a source with knowledge of the test results.
"She was ordered to go right in and today just got report back and it was negative."
Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, confirmed the results Thursday as well.
"She's doing really well at being sober and clean," another source tells E! News.
And yet a judge, based on the alleged SCRAM violation, doubled the actress' bail to $200,000 and counted it as another strike against the truant Lohan, who missed a court date while in Cannes and will have to face the music on July 6.
In other slap-on-the-wrist news, ice cream purveyor Carvel has rescinded an unlimited freebie card it had given to Lohan after her family supposedly abused the frozen-treat privilege. The ice cream meltdown took place in a Long Island shop after Dina tried to use the card to score a free ice cream cake for her son Cody's 14th birthday.
"These cards were issued in the celebrity's name and require the card holder to be present at the time of use," Carvel said in a statement. "Many celebrities have enjoyed their cards at our Carvel Ice Cream shoppes and have shared their excitement with being included in the celebration.
"Unfortunately, the Lohan family has been abusing the card. While the card was issued in Lindsay's name only, her extended family has repeatedly used the card without her present. At first, we graciously honored their requests while explaining that the Black Card was not a carte blanc for unlimited Carvel Ice Cream for the extended Lohan family and friends. After more than six months of numerous and large orders for ice cream, we finally had to cut off the card and take it back.
"Dina Lohan reacted badly and called the police to have her card returned. The police responded and did return the card to Dina with instructions not to use it again. This is an unfortunate situation where certain people feel entitled to use a celebrity's name for their own purposes. We regret that the Lohan family is upset and hope this matter is put behind us quickly."
That's OK. We're cracking up, too.
(Originally published on June 17, 2010 at 3:15 p.m. PT)
Now it's time to judge Lindsay by a standard she would want to be judged by—her fashion.