Lindsay Lohan has posted $200,000 bail after a warrant was issued for her arrest, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Lohan has been wearing a court-ordered alchohol monitoring device. The report, quoting unnamed sources, says that "the alcohol-monitoring device on Lohan’s ankle sent a report indicating the presence of alcohol late Sunday or early Monday after the MTV Movie Awards. Lohan attended the awards and an after-party, wearing pants to cover the device."
The warrant to arrest Lohan was issued by Beverly Hills Judge Marsha Revel, who is the judge who ordered Lohan, 23, to wear the alcohol monitoring device in the first place.
According to the Times’ report, "To avoid being detained, Lohan posted $200,000 bail. Revel did not provide any specifics other than to say Lohan violated a court order not to consume alcohol and to wear an alcohol-detection device."
The device’s real name actually a Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor, or SCRAM.
Lohan herself Twittered her innocence, the report said: ""My SCRAM wasn’t set off — It’s physically impossible considering I’ve (done) nothing for it to go off. All of these false (reports) are absolutely wrong."
Lawyers for Lohan and prosecutors are expected to meet with Judge Revel today, June 9, 2010.