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This just in...: Lindsay Lohan renews drivers license; Hilton attacker charged with burglary

Lindsay Lohan, out of the slammer and back behind the wheel. (Reuters/Danny Moloshok)

  • Attention, L.A. drivers! Lindsay Lohan is back behind the wheel. Fresh from her 23-day stint in rehab, the actress/singer/insurance risk dropped into the Santa Monica DMV to get her driver's license reinstated, reports People. Later that afternoon, she was spotted picking up pals in a Maserati, sipping a can of Red Bull.
  • Nathan Lee Parada, who was arrested Tuesday while trying to break into Paris Hilton's L.A. home, has been charged with attempted residential burglary. Parada, 31, was picked up by police after he woke the famous-for-being-famous heiress by banging on her windows with two large knives. If convicted, Parada faces up to six years in prison, according to the district attorney's office.

  • By The Reliable Source  |  August 27, 2010; 1:03 AM ET
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