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STORY: Dina Lohan, the mother of troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, has plead not guilty to charges of speeding and drunken driving after a hearing on Tuesday (September 24).

She was released without bail and is scheduled to appear in court again on October 23.

Lohan was arrested and charged with drunken driving on September 12 after she was stopped for speeding in New York.

Lohan, 50, was traveling more than 20 miles per hour over the speed limit on Long Island and a breath test showed her alcohol level was more than twice the legal limit, police said.

Mark Jay Heller, Lohan's attorney, said his client realized the seriousness of the matter and that the district attorney considered such cases a top priority.

Press crowded Lohan as she arrived and left a Hempstead courthouse with her mother.

Upon exiting the hearing her attorney addressed the media with Lohan making no statements of her own.

Lindsay Lohan, 27, who shot to fame as a child actress and appeared in hits such as "Mean Girls," recently completed her sixth trip to rehab. She admitted in an interview with Oprah Winfrey last month that she was an addict, but said she was working with a sobriety coach to stay clean.

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