Nov. 6- The latest celebrity and entertainment headlines including Lindsay Lohan in more legal trouble, Sam Worthington arrested in Atlanta and J.J. Abrams to receive Norman Lear Achievement Award. Lindsay Claiborn reports.
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Lindsay Lohan could be in some legal hot water again. Celebrity website TMZ.com is reporting that the troubled star will be charged with lying to police over a June car accident. Lohan told police that she wasn't driving when her Porsche slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer. Witnesses have come forward to say she was, in fact, driving. TMZ is reporting that the Santa Monica City attorney could file the misdemeanor charges this week. Lohan is still on probation for a jewelry theft case and the latest charges could land her back in jail.
"Avatar" star Sam Worthington was arrested outside of an Atlanta restaurant over the weekend on charges of disorderly conduct. The actor reportedly got into an argument and pushed a doorman who responded by pepper spraying him. Worthington, who was later released on bail, is in Atlanta filming the Schwarzenegger action movie "Ten."
J.J. Abrams, co-creator of the hit television series "Lost" and one of Hollywood's top producer-directors of supernatural films and TV shows, will receive the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television, the Producers Guild of America said on Monday (November 5). Abrams, whose current credits include TV shows "Fringe," "Revolution" and "Person of Interest," and the 2009 film "Star Trek," will receive the honor at the Producers Guild Awards in Beverly Hills in January.
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