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Michael Lohan in Custody AGAIN, Injures Ankle Trying To Escape



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Michael Lohan, the father of trouble actress Lindsay Lohan, is back in custody again, just two days after being released. He did his best to

Both arrests were in connection with his girlfriend Kate Major. First he was held on a battery charge. Then, as if being held in jail was no reminder enough of what trouble he’s in, Lohan violated a condition of his pre-trial release by calling up his girlfriend on the phone.

That led to Michael being arrested a second time in Florida early this morning and here’s where things get even more nuts. He tried to escape law enforcement officers by jumping over a third-story balcony. Unluckily, or luckily, he fell into a tree and injured his ankle.

Tampa police were called this morning by Kate Major. She claimed Michael had been trying to contact her at her apartment and refused to leave her alone. Michael had landed himself in jail just last week by allegedly bruising Kate. He called up again while the law enforcement agencies were there.

So, they stopped by Michael Lohan’s hotel room to arrest him as they believed he was a “threat” to Kate. That’s when he jumped over a third story balcony fell into a tree.

Hauling him out of the tree, the officers arrested Michael for violating a condition of his pretrial release by contacting Kate and they added resisting arrest without violence to his charge sheet. So it looks like he just added a whole lot more to his problems.

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