The same day that the Lindsay Lohan was arrested in New York for allegedly punching a woman in a club, she will have charges filed against her in California for lying to police in a separate incident.
Nearly six months after Lohan crashed her Porsche into the back of a dump truck in Santa Monica, she will be charged with giving false information to a peace officer ... punishable by up to 6 months in jail; obstructing or resisting a police officer in the performance of his duty ... punishable by 1 year in jail; AND reckless driving ... punishable by 90 days in jail.
According to media reports, Lohan claimed her assistant had been driving; however, the assistant told police that Lohan was driving.
As for her arrest this morning: turns out Lindsay punched another woman in the face over Max from the boy band "The Wanted"
TMZ is reporting that Lindsay went to the Justin Bieber concert last night, but not to see the Biebs -- "The Wanted" was the opening act ... and Lindsay has been scoping Max out for the last few days.
Sources say Lindsay tried to get backstage after the concert to see him but she was blocked. Fast forward to later that evening when Lindsay met up with Max, Jay and Tom at a hotel bar.
The four of them, along with one of LiLo's friends then went to the club Avenue together.
As the evening wore on, sources tell TMZ that Lindsay got drunker and drunker ... and it turned Max off. He then started talking to another woman, which enraged Lindsay. That woman is the one Lindsay is accused of battering. (FYI -- Max was also really drunk).
When Lindsay is arraigned in L.A. -- probably next week -- the judge will revoke her probation in the jewelry heist case and set a hearing to determine if she will go to jail for a long period of time. One of the conditions of probation is that Lindsay must obey all laws.
Speaking of which ... her arrest this morning in NYC for assault (crime #4) could end up triggering a second reason to revoke her probation.
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