Less than two months after Lindsay Lohan successfully completed her sixth stint in rehab, which was a court-ordered 90-day sentence stemming from her car crash last summer, mother Dina Lohan has been busted for DUI.
LiLo's 55-year-old mother was arrested in Long Island last night after being pulled over in her BMW by the cops for speeding. She was stopped around 11 p.m. for driving 77 miles per hour in a 55 zone.
Police then administered a blood alcohol test, which she failed for having more than twice the legal limit in her system (.20), and Dina was subsequently booked at a local station.
Sadly, Lindsay has sung a similar tune when it comes to her legal woes.
The 26-year-old star was most recently sentenced to 90 days in a treatment facility after pleading no contest to giving false information to a peace officer, as well as pleading no contest to reckless driving, stemming from her PCH car crash in June 2012.
Prior to that, in April 2011, Lohan was given 120 days in county jail and 480 hours of community service after a judge found that she violated her probation stemming from her 2007 DUI. She later served just five hours in the slammer, due to overcrowding.
LiLo also spent 14 days at90 days in jail for failing to attend her court-ordered weekly alcohol education classes.after being sentenced to
In November 2007, the 27-year-old star served just 84 minutes of her one-day sentence at theafter pleading guilty to misdemeanor cocaine use and driving under the influence. She was also ordered to perform 10 days of community service and was placed on three years' probation.
And last, but certainly not least, the actress was arrested in May 2007, just three months after another stint rehab, on charges of driving under the influence and possession of cocaine after losing control of her Mercedes in a booze-fueled car wreck in Beverly Hills.
As for Mama Lohan? The troubled parent has since been released to a third party and issued two tickets for DWI and aggravated DWI.
She is scheduled to appear in Nassau County 1st District Court on Sept. 24 at 9 a.m.