Robert Pattinson has night out with Lindsay Lohan

Twilight star Robert Pattinson was seen partying at a Hollywood nightclub with none other than troubled actress Lindsay Lohan. The pair were spotted leaving the same nightclub, but are said to have had a merely casual outing, reported Ace Showbiz. Pattinson, 25, was seen puckering up his eyebrows when cameramen took his pictures while he left the hotspot. About ten minutes later, Lohan stepped out of the bar separately.

 The unlikely outing soon sparked rumors that Pattinson was cheating on his rumored girlfriend Kristen Stewart.

Multiple onlookers, however, confirmed that the twosome were “totally innocent” and that there was “nothing more to it.”

Furthermore, Pattinson and Lohan were both invited to an intimate gathering by the owner of the bar, which still hasn’t opened to public yet. The nightclub itself is opened by the same people behind Harvard & Stone, a lounge where Pattinson and Stewart as well as Lohan usually hang out.

Source: Hindustan Times

Lindsay Lohan’s Post-Probation Plan: Low-Key Dinners

Looks like she’s heeding the judge’s advice! 

Now that her court-ordered formal probation period has ended Lindsay Lohan enjoyed a relaxed dinner at Café Habana in Malibu, Calif. The actress – who was warned during her recent hearing by Judge Stephanie Sautner, “Stop the nightclubbing and focus on your work” – is slated to appear in an episode of Glee, and she was in good spirits, a source says, as she dined with a female friend. 

During her leisurely meal, Lohan kept a low profile and split a guacamole appetizer. For dinner, she had grilled shrimp and simply drank a soda. 

Source: People

‘Glee’ Stars Weigh In On Lindsay Lohan’s Guest Appearance

“I think she’s funny,” Harry Shum Jr. told Access Hollywood’s Billy Bush over the weekend at an Operation Smile benefit in Park City, Utah.

Lindsay will be joining the fold, playing herself, and serving as a guest judge at Nationals, more than a year-and-a-half after she was the butt of a joke on the show, uttered by Gwyneth Paltrow’s substitute Spanish teacher, Holly Holiday.

“They made amends,” Harry said, referring to the “Glee” creators and Lindsay, who reportedly was upset by the “Glee” jab in a 2010 episode.

Cory Monteith, who plays resident McKinley High hunk Finn Hudson, said the whole cast is already buzzing about Lindsay’s scheduled appearance.

“We’re super excited. She’s been through it all and I’m excited she’s coming to the show,” Cory said.

Harry also chimed in on the recent plot twist that saw Dianna Agron’s Quinn Fabray get into a car accident.
“At least that taught a lesson,” Harry said of the moment, which, spoiler – lands Quinn in a wheelchair – end spoiler. “Kids – don’t text and drive.”

Source: Access Hollywood

Lindsay Lohan swears off dating as she prepares for new movie: report

Lindsay Lohan has sworn herself off dating as she prepares to play Elizabeth Taylor in a movie about the late screen legend’s life.

The 25-year-old, who completed her probation relating to DUI and theft offenses last week, said she wants to avoid any relationships or emotional attachments for the time being, sources told TMZ Monday.

Instead of dating, the actress wants to spend her time reading the script for the upcoming Lifetime movie, named “Liz and Dick,” and focusing on the role.

The “Mean Girls” star is said to be keen to make a comeback following her recent struggles with the law and does not want a relationship to get in the way.

Lohan’s legal woes began in 2007 with back-to-back DUI charges and escalated in 2010, when she spent 14 days in jail after a missed progress report hearing, as well as skipped alcohol education classes.

While still on probation, Lohan was charged with the theft of a necklace last year, to which she pleaded no contest.

However, after going under house arrest last summer and having several compliance issues in the fall, Lohan finally began to turn things around.

Source: New York Post

Judge lifts Lindsay Lohan probation

A judge in Los Angeles has ended Lindsay Lohan’s probation and given her back her freedom.

Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner ended the Mean Girls star’s probation imposed for a 2007 drink-driving offence, eliminating the need for Lindsay to appear in court or report to a probation officer.

The 25-year-old actress remains on informal probation for taking a 2,500 dollar (£1,570) necklace without permission last year, but the immediate threat of jail or further punishment is over.

Lindsay has struggled for four-and-a-half years to put her two drink-driving arrests behind her and has been under constant scrutiny since she missed a court hearing in May 2010. J

udge Sautner said the star had done everything that had been asked of her since late last year.

Lindsay thanked Judge Sautner for her patience and let out a sigh of relief as she left the courtroom after the brief hearing.

“I just want to say thank you for being fair. It’s really opened a lot of doors for me,” she said.

The hearing came as the starlet’s career is showing hints of a comeback.

Lindsay is due to guest star in a forthcoming episode of Glee, recently hosted an episode of Saturday Night Live and is set to star as Elizabeth Taylor in a television movie.

Source: The Press Association

Judge Ends Formal Probation for Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is a semi-free woman, after Judge Stephanie Sautner just declared, “She did it!” — she successfully completed her probation requirements.

The judge took Lindsay off probation altogether in what her honor called “the endless” 2007 DUI case. If Lindsay had not completed the terms of her probation, Judge Sautner could have sentenced her to 270 days in the pokey. When the judge terminated probation, Lindsay cracked a big smile and breathed a huge sigh of relief.

As for the necklace heist case, Judge Sautner said Lindsay completed community service at the morgue, therapy and the shoplifter’s course — so her formal probation is now informal probation, and all Lindsay has to do is OBEY ALL LAWS for the next 2 1/2 years. Sautner said, “I know it’s kinda hard when people are following you all over the place … but that’s the life you chose.”

Judge Sautner gave Lindsay some good advice, “Stop nightclubbing and focus on your work.”

In the end, Lindsay and her lawyer, Shawn Holley, thanked the Judge. Lindsay said to the judge, “What you’ve done has really opened a lot of doors for me.”

Then Lindsay and Shawn hugged. Happy endings.