Michael Lohan Denied Bail

A Florida court is holding Lohan on four charges.


After getting arrested twice in the span of twelve hours for harrassing girlfriend Kate Major, Michael Lohan has been denied bail by a Florida court. 

Lohan appeared before the judge bandaged and in a wheelchair as the result of injuries sustained when he jumped off a third floor balcony trying to evade the police. 

Michael Perry, Lohan's attorney, argued that Lohan needed to be freed so that he could tape an episode of "Celebrity Rehab," honor a commitment to a celebrity boxing match, and attend his daughter, Lindsay's, November 2nd parole violation hearing in Los Angeles. 

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The judge denied the request, and reconfirmed that Lohan would be jailed with no bond. 

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