The investigation into the starlet's scary crash on June 8 has reportedly found she was speeding when she rear ended a dump truck on California's Pacific Coast Highway.
A source told RadarOnline: "The investigation is almost complete, and Lindsay was speeding in the moments before the accident.
"She was probably going 10 miles (17 km) over the posted speed limit, which would have been about 50 miles per hour (80 km/h).
"There were no skid marks, which indicate that Lindsay was indeed speeding and didn't have time to even hit the brakes before she crashed into the car."
"Lindsay is truly lucky to be alive," said the source of the incident, which sent the 25-year-old and her assistant to the emergency room.
Santa Monica Police Sergeant, Richard Lewis, told the media there was no plastic bottle containing alcohol found in the car, refuting earlier reports that claimed Lilo had been drinking before the accident.
But there is another twist.
According to TMZ, Lilo was prohibited from driving by the insurance policy covering her involvement on the Elizabeth Taylor biopic, Liz and Dick, which she was filming at the time of the accident.
Given her history with accidents and DUIs, insurers had actually banned her from the roads for fears that she'd get in a crash and ruin the movie.
So their concerns were warranted!