Lindsay Lohan could possibly face jail time as a judge revoked her probation in a Los Angeles court room Wednesday. 

 
The actress was not present in court as her lawyer Shawn Holley had her hearing extended to Jan. 15, when she will be formally charged with three misdemeanor counts involving a car crash that occurred in June in Santa Monica, E! News reports. 
 
According to authorities, the crash took place while Lohan was driving to the set of her film, "Liz & Dick" that is now released. The actress reportedly lied to police and told them she was not behind the wheel. 
 
Lohan faces charges including, "willfully, resisting, delaying or obstructing a police officer or emergency medical technician; giving false information to a police officer; and driving a vehicle on a highway with willful and wanton disregard for the safety of person or property," according to E! News. 
 
As the charges were filed, prosecutors asked that her probation for a previous charge of stealing a necklace on March 29, to which she pleaded no contest, be revoked. 
 
With the probation now dropped, the actress could face up to 245 days in jail for probation violation, since she has already completed 120 days for that charge. 
 
Attorney Shawn Holley told E! News that Lohan is not required to attend the next hearing; he is working toward resolving the charges so that the actress does not have to appear in court. 
 
However, Lohan is due in court Jan. 7 to be formally charged for her alleged assault of Tiffany Mitchell.