On Night Before Lindsay Lohan’s Surrender, Her Lawyer Quits

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Well, the good news is that, on the eve of her scheduled court appearance Tuesday to turn herself in, Lohan is managing to show signs of the comic chops that we fell in love with in the first place (forgive the nostalgia — these are grim times). Lohan tweeted late Monday night, "The only 'bookings' that i'm familiar with are Disney Films, never thought that i'd be 'booking' into Jail ... eeeks," a message that spurred a flood of "good luck" tweets from her followers. This may be the most popular she's ever been! However, this goodwill comes the same evening as some not-so-hot news: Lohan's new lawyer, Bob Shapiro, has informed the judge he's no longer representing the actress (giving no further explanation), not typically a great sign the night before a court date. [Lindsay Lohan/Twitter, TMZ]