Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan has failed to strike a deal with California prosecutors and is on a collision course for a trial next week over a traffic accident.
Plea negotiations have broken down in the starlet's pending case over charges she lied to Santa Monica police when she claimed she wasn't driving a Porsche that hit a dump truck last June, sources told the Daily News.
Lohan was on probation for shoplifting at the time of the crash, and prosecutors handling the possible probation violation have refused to budge off 90 days of lockdown rehab if Lohan wants a no-jail deal, sources said.
The "Mean Girls" star didn't bite.
"It's going to happen," one source said of the jury-trial process scheduled to start Monday.
Lohan's lead lawyer, Manhattan-based attorney Mark Heller, did not respond to a request for comment
Plea negotiations have broken down and sources fully expect the star to stand trial for June traffic accident.
Heller was criticized by a Los Angeles County judge two weeks ago for filing motions at the wrong time in the proceeding.
Judge James Dabney denied Heller's request to postpone the trial and expressed concern the lawyer was struggling with the way things work in the Golden State.
"Somebody needs to come in to assist you who has some experience in California law," Dabney said.
Lohan's dad, meanwhile, said he's retained Orange County criminal lawyer David Wohl to attend the Monday hearing and possibly join his daughter's defense team.
Wohl was at Lohan's last court hearing March 1 and approached Heller with his card as a News reporter watched.
A source close to the actress said Wohl was looking for his "15 minutes of fame" and not joining Heller's team.
"I retained him as a consultant and I want him to be co-counsel with Heller, just so Lindsay has proper legal representation in that courtroom," Michael Lohan told The News Thursday.
"The last thing I want to see is Lindsay going to jail. It won't help anything," Michael Lohan said. "The only way Lindsay will have freedom from jail and freedom in life is if she goes into treatment."