Lohan Cancels Barbara Walters Interview, May Face Criminal Charges
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Lindsay Lohan has canceled her interview with Barbara Walters, amid a new criminal case against her.
The interview had been set to air on ABC News’ 20/20 on Nov. 16 to help promote her portrayal of Elizabeth Taylor in Lifetime’s “Liz & Dick” movie, premiering on Nov. 25.
The deal between the two fell apart after producers made it clear that Walters planned to ask Lohan, 26, about her personal life.
Lohan has recently been in the headlines for various incidences, including a hotel scuffle with a Congressional staffer, a recording of a spat with mom Dina Lohan, and a new report states that she may be charged with lying to the police.
The Santa Monica City Attorney’s office is currently on the verge of charging Lohan with a misdemeanor of misleading the cops. She had previously told the police that she was in the passenger seat during her car crash last June, however she had a seatbelt mark on the left side of her neck, which indicates she was behind the wheel.
If found guilty, Lohan, who is still on probation for her 2011 necklace theft case, could end up back behind bars.