Actress Lindsay Lohan, seen here with Samantha Ronson at an event at Warehouse in Tokyo on April 12, 2007, is back in rehab following a May 26 car crash. The 20-year-old actress later was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence.
Lohan, who turns 21 on July 2, was behind the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz convertible that was heavily damaged when it crashed into this curb and some surrounding bushes on Sunset Boulevard in Beverly Hills. Lohan was arrested at the hospital on suspicion of driving under the influence after investigators found what they believe is cocaine at the scene, police said.
A map shows where in Beverly Hills that Lindsay Lohan had her early morning car accident on May 26, 2007. The site has been attracting a lot of tourists since news of her crash and subsequent arrest first surfaced.
Damaged shrubbery is seen where the 2005 Mercedes SL-65 driven by Lindsay Lohan struck a curb at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road in Beverly Hills, Calif., around 5 a.m. May 26, 2007.
A tour bus on Tuesday, May 29, 2007, slowly passes the location, right foreground, of the May 26 car crash involving actress Lindsay Lohan at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road in Beverly Hills, Calif. The crash site has become the latest tourist attraction in a city known for its star-gazing tourists.
Without leaving his car, a man uses his mobile phone to take a photo of himself at the scene of the Saturday, May 26, crash involving actress Lindsay Lohan at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road, right rear, in Beverly Hills, Calif. While tourists are visiting the crash scene, authorities are investigating whether Lohan, who's still underage, was served alcohol before the weekend car crash.
A Hummer limo drives slowly May 29, 2007, past the spot at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road where actress Lindsay Lohan was involved in car crash May 26 in Beverly Hills, Calif. Investigators say they are checking whether Lohan or others were served alcohol after hours. Videos show Lohan leaving Hollywood's Les Deux club at 3:30 a.m. Alcohol cannot be served in California after 2 a.m.
Passengers peer from windows and snap photos from a sunroof Tuesday, May 29, 2007, as their Hummer limo slowly passes the spot at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road in Beverly Hills, Calif., where actress Lindsay Lohan was involved in a car crash May 26. The site has become an instant tourist attraction in a city known for its star-gazing tourists.
Photo shows bits of twisted metal and glass that Alex Marshall claims he recovered from the scene of Lohan's accident in Beverly Hills, Calif. The objects had reached a price of $800 on an auction Web site before the Beverly Hills Police Department ordered him and his girlfriend Shema Bazazzadeh to turn the items over to them.
Damaged shrubbery is seen at Sunset Boulevard and Foothill Road in Beverly Hills, Calif., where the 2005 Mercedes SL-65 driven by Lindsay Lohan struck a curb.
Site where Alex Marshall claims to have found scraps from a crash involving a 2005 Mercedes SL-65 driven by Lindsay Lohan. He gave the debris to his girlfriend Shema Bazazzadeh who later put them up for auction on eBay.
Lindsay's estranged father, Michael Lohan, seen here at a divorce hearing in Nassau County Supreme Court in Mineola, N.Y., on Aug. 3, 2005, has said Lohan suffers from multiple addictions, including to alcohol and the painkiller OxyContin. He says he is satisfied with the treatment she is getting in rehab.