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Pictures of Lindsay Lohan Covering Her SCRAM After Her Bikini Photo Shoot

Lindsay Trades Her Bikini For Boots to Hide Her SCRAM

Lindsay Lohan wore boots to cover her SCRAM yesterday as she left her house to attend an alcohol education class in LA. She brought along cigarettes and a bottle of the True Blood-inspired beverage made from blood oranges, Tru-Blood. Lindsay wasn't so modest about covering her anklet on Tuesday when she posed for her latest round of bikini photos. Lindsay's trying to get back on track after almost going to jail earlier this week when her monitor reported that she'd partied too hard after the MTV Movie Awards, though Dina says she just had a drink spilled down her leg. LL needs to stay out of prison in order to film Inferno, and the project's director says she's going to "blow people's minds." LL is also a wanted woman for the next season of Celebrity Apprentice if Donald Trump gets his way.


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Merlin713 Merlin713 5 years
Jail and prison are two different things. Either pick one [the <b>correct</b> one] or don't write any of that at all. Misdemeanor = jail (less than one year), felony = prison (more than one year).
Merlin713 Merlin713 5 years
Jail and prison are two different things. Either pick one [the correct one] or don't write any of that at all. Misdemeanor = jail (less than one year), felony = prison (more than one year).
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