Shawn Chapman Holley, Lohan’s attorney,told the AP that the warrant was the result of a “misunderstanding.” The warrant may have to do with Lohan’s drunken driving arrest in 2007,a police spokeswoman told the AP. On Saturday, Beverly Hills Police Lt. Mark Rosen said that the police were not ”actively looking” for Lohan, though if they came in contactwith her, “she’s subject to arrest.” The star, whose filmLabor Pains opens in May, is currently serving three years’ probationfor the May and July, 2007 incidents, in which she was alleged to havebeen in possession of cocaine. In 2007, Lohanwas sentenced to three-years probabtion. She spent 84 minutes in jail. Her attorney told the AP that Lohan is in compliance with the terms of her probation.
UPDATE: Access Hollywood reported Sunday that an anonymous source said Lohan’s arrest warrant stems from a recent trip the actress took, driving herself out of state to Las Vegas, thereby violating the terms of her parole.