Lindsay Lohan will report to jail on Tuesday, but it's not entirely clear who will be her legal representation. Celebrity lawyer Robert Shapiro reportedly quit the star's legal team on Monday, TMZ is reporting, leaving it unclear if Lohan will simply be representing herself when she surrenders to Judge Marsha Revel to begin her 90-day sentence.

Sources close to Lohan have told that Shawn Chapman Holley, the star's lawyer at the time of sentencing, has reconsidered and will be by her side just like old times. Chapman Holley didn't sign the substitution of attorney form last week, meaning she is still technically Lohan's counsel. TMZ is reporting that Chapman Holley will be in court