Published On: May 25 2011 04:20:52 PM CDTUpdated On: Jul 03 2014 11:39:27 PM CDT
Take a look at the life of one-time child star turned troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, both on screen and off.
July 29, 1998: Lohan's first movie saw her playing the role of twins in the remake of Walt Disney's "The Parent Trap."
July 28, 2001: Lohan attends a private screening of "Dinner with Friends" in Southhampton, New York.
Aug. 6, 2003: Lohan's next movie role came opposite Jamie Lee Curtis in yet another Disney remake, this time "Freaky Friday."
Feb. 20, 2004: Lohan kept up the streak of working with Disney with the teen comedy "Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen."
April 19, 2004: Lohan attends the premiere of "Mean Girls."
April 30, 2004: In "Mean Girls," Lohan played the role of Cady Heron, a 15-year-old girl who was raised in Africa and home-schooled by her zoologist parents who attends public school for the first time.
June 22, 2005: Lohan returned to Disney for the relaunch of the "Herbie" movies with "Herbie Fully Loaded," co-starring Justin Long.
June 1, 2005: Lohan arrives at the Evening with an Icon - Happy Birthday Marilyn Monroe auction in Los Angeles, California.
Nov. 11, 2005: Lohan, sporting a darker hairstyle, makes an appearance at MTV's Total Request Live in New York City.
May 9, 2006: Lohan poses at the Los Angeles premiere of her movie "Just My Luck." Lohan played Manhattan socialite Ashley Albright, who accidentally swaps her good luck with a guy after kissing him.
June 9, 2006: Lohan joined the ensemble cast of "Prairie Home Companion," which would end up being Robert Altman's final film.
Nov. 23, 2006: Lohan had a role in Emilio Estevez's ensemble drama "Bobby," which told the story of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, and 22 people in the hotel whose lives were never the same.
May 8, 2007: Lohan, along with Jane Fonda and Felicity Huffman, attends the premiere of "Georgia Rule" at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City.
July 24, 2007: Police released this booking photo of Lohan after she was arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of drunken driving and cocaine possession, days after she completed a 45-day rehabilitation program.
July 27, 2007: Lohan played dual roles in "I Know Who Killed Me." The movie flopped and earned her three Razzie Awards, tying herself for "Worst Actress" and also "winning" "Worst Screen Couple" for both roles.
Nov. 15, 2007: This booking photo of Lohan is released by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Lohan checked in and out of jail, spending just 84 minutes behind bars for a drunken driving and cocaine-possession conviction.
Feb. 13, 2009: Lohan talks to DJ Samantha Ronson before the Charlotte Ronson collection show at New York Fashion Week.
June 6, 2010: Lohan arrives at the 2010 MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles.
July 8, 2010: Lohan reacts beside her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley (right) as Judge Marsha Revel rules that Lohan violated her probation on a 2007 drunken driving charge in Beverly Hills, Calif. Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail after the Beverly Hills judge ruled that she had violated her probation by missing a string of alcohol education classes imposed for a 2007 drunk driving arrest.
July 20, 2010: Lohan poses for her booking mugshot at the Lynwood Correctional Facility in Lynwood, Calif. She surrendered at the Beverly Hills Municipal Courthouse for a 90-day jail sentence for violating the terms of her probation on drunken driving charges by missing alcohol education classes.
Sept. 3, 2010: Lohan filled the role of a different kind of nun in Robert Rodriguez's "Machete."
March 10, 2011: Lohan, with her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley, appears in a Los Angeles courthouse, accused of walking out of a Los Angeles jewelry store without paying for a gold designer necklace in January -- just three weeks after ending her fifth stint in drug and alcohol rehab in three years.
Jan. 15, 2012: Lohan arrives at The Weinstein Company's 2012 Golden Globe Awards After Party in Beverly Hills, California.
Nov. 20, 2012: Lohan arrives for a private dinner celebrating the upcoming premiere of "Liz & Dick" in Beverly Hills, Calif.
Nov. 25, 2012: A Lifetime made-for-TV movie that premiered Thanksgiving weekend, "Liz & Dick" saw Lohan taking on the role of legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor.
March 18, 2013: Lohan is seen in a booking photo after pleading no contest to charges of reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing police in connection with a June 2012 car crash in Santa Monica, Calif. She was sentenced to 90 days in a lockdown rehabilitation center, 30 days of community service, and 18 months of mandated psychotherapy.
April 11, 2013: Lohan arrives at the premiere of "Scary Movie 5" in Hollywood, Calif.
April 12, 2013: Lohan appears alongside Charlie Sheen in a cameo in "Scary Movie 5" playing herself.
Aug. 18, 2013: In an interview with Oprah Winfrey broadcast on the Oprah Winfrey Network, Lophan told Winfrey that she was an addict and realizes she needs "to shut up and listen" because her approach to dealing with personal problems had not worked. In between May and July of 2013, she spent 90 days in rehab and is under orders to remain in therapy until November 2014, when her next court appearance is scheduled.
May 7, 2014: Lohan attends Gabrielle's Gala at Old Billingsgate Market in London, England. Gabrielle's Gala is an annual fundraiser in aid of Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer.
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