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Next Wednesday Lindsay Lohan has to appear in court. Not by her side will be Shawn Holley after Shawn was officially dumped by Lindsay. Because her NY lawyer is not licensed to practice in California he had to get a sponsor. Instead of going with someone who could be effective, the guy got Lindsay Berger Sacks who spends most of her time dining out with her friends and then talking about it at her dinner club. Oh, and she has not practiced law in almost 20 years. Another great choice Lindsay. Holy f**k. Just when you think Lindsay could not do anything more stupid than what she did last, she really finds a way to top herself. Next week's hearing is going to be must see tv even if it only lasts a few minutes.
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