Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina has already attending court on matters of custody of their two youngest children, Aliana and Cody. There will be another court case for her because she is being accused of fraud for failing to pay back a $400,000 loan to a friend.
Las Vegas businessman Antonio Almeida filed a lawsuit in May 2006, claiming Dina didn't pay back the money he lent her four years ago to kick-start daughter Lindsay's music career.
Almeida's lawyer, A. Raymond Hamrick, says part of the money was spent to record songs with Gloria Estefan's husband, Emilio Estefan.
But Lindsay Lohan parted company with Estefan after securing a deal with Casablanca Records, which released her album, A Little More Personal (Raw).