Along with her many recent legal woes, Lindsay Lohan's probation from a previous case may be revoked in the near future.
The "Mean Girls" star was accused of lying to police about an incident involving a Porsche and an 18-wheel truck in Los Angeles over the summer.
Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Jane Godrey is reportedly considering revoking Lohan's probation and will call for a full hearing involving a separate jewelry theft case, TMZ reported.
Last year, the former Disney star was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service for misdemeanor theft and probation violation after stealing a necklace from a jewelry store, and has been involved in a number of run-ins with the law this year as well.
"Judge Godfrey will revoke Lindsay's probation and set the matter for a full hearing, on grounds she violated her probation in the jewelry case by breaking the law," reported TMZ.
The criminal case against Lohan is expected to be filed soon.
Lohan is currently on "informal" probation until May 2014 after pleading no contest to stealing an item of jewelry. The actress completed her supervised probation earlier this year after finishing her community service and required therapy.
Meanwhile, the actress is making an acting comeback later this month with Lifetime's made-for-television movie "Liz & Dick."
The film features the 26-year-old actress as she portrays iconic Hollywood starlet Elizabeth Taylor. Opposite of Lohan, Grant Bowler will play Taylor's husband, Richard Burton, whom she married and divorced twice.
Lohan understands the significance of her role as Taylor, and undoubtedly hopes that "Liz & Dick" will set her career back on track.
"I have always admired and had enormous respect for Elizabeth Taylor," the actress told Lifetime. "She was not only an incredible actress but an amazing woman as well. I am very honored to have been asked to play this role."
The biopic will air in Lifetime on Nov. 25.
Following "Liz & Dick," Lohan will begin working on the film "The Canyons."