[article id="1648641"]Lindsay Lohan's return to jail[/article] on Friday (September 24) as a result of a probation violation has no doubt put another kink in the problem-plagued actress' attempts to revive a once-thriving career. Specifically, production on the [article id="1643085"]Linda Lovelace biopic, "Inferno,"[/article] which was set to begin filming in November, may be hampered by the ongoing legal troubles of its leading lady.
Still, "Inferno" director Matthew Wilder, who has been unyielding in his support for his star, said the show will go on — with Lohan.
"We love her. We want her to do well," Wilder wrote in a statement e-mailed to MTV News. "We will make the picture shortly."
Wilder added that the film will now shoot in Los Angeles instead of Louisiana, as was originally planned. "I think [it] will make things easier on the Lindsay front," he said.
"I understand people's exasperation," Wilder admitted, referring to the former Disney darling's string of questionable life choices over the last few years. "I share it. But there is a tremendous gift underneath all the obvious baggage."
During Lohan's hearing on Friday, Judge Elden Fox did not hear any testimony from Lohan's lawyers before denying the 24-year-old "Mean Girls" star bail and ordering her to report to jail. Lohan was reportedly handcuffed in court before being taken into custody, meaning she could be behind bars until the next hearing in the case, scheduled for October 22.
According to the conditions of her post-rehab release, Lohan could spend 30 days in jail. She served 13 days of a 90-day jail sentence in July over a probation violation from a pair of 2007 DUI cases; she subsequently spent 23 days in a rehab facility, serving less than one third of her 90-day court-ordered sentence.
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