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Lindsay Lohan escapes investigation in Betty Ford incident

by Nicole
January 16, 2011 at 3:12 am

A month before her release from rehab, Lindsay Lohan had an altercation with a Betty Ford employee after the latter asked her to submit to a sobriety test. By violating her period of probation, LiLo faced up to six months in prison.

But according to TMZ, Lohan will be able to relax a little. Dawn Holland, the Betty Ford staffer who got fired after the incident, submitted a declaration in which she says, “I do not desire Ms. Lohan prosecuted for the events of December 12, 2010,” adding, “I will not answer any questions to any policing or prosecutorial agencies regarding the events of December 12, 2010.”

Holland’s lawyer, Keith Davidson, said the D.A.’s Office informed him that if his client filed such a declaration, the investigation would be dropped.

The D.A.’s Office had no comment and says the matter is still under review.

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