Lindsay Lohan surrendered herself to Beverly Hills police yesterday. The 'Mean Girls' star, who recently completed her rehab program for alcoholism, has been formally booked for DUI (driving under the influence) following her car crash in May. Lindsay arrived at the station with her lawyer at 4.15pm and was released on $30,000 bail an hour later.The 21-year-old star was only booked yesterday because at the time of the accident she was cited - not formally arrested - due to the injuries she sustained in the incident. A court date has been set for August 24. Lindsay crashed her car on Sunset Boulevard on May 26, and a useable amount of cocaine was reportedly found inside the vehicle, although police could not determine who the drug belonged to. Meanwhile, Lindsay's movie career could be in jeopardy as some Hollywood studios are said to be wary of working with her. She was due to start shooting 'Poor Things' alongside Shirley MacLaine after leaving rehab, but set designer Fontaine Beauchamp Hebb revealed the film had been cancelled last week. Hebb wrote in an email: "'Poor Things' has been cancelled. Sorry to be the harbinger of bad news, but I just received a call from producer Jacky Gilardi pulling the plug on the ill-fated film. Apparently, Ms. Lohan's antics in Las Vegas over the weekend have scared the bond companies and all of the funding has been pulled."Insurers are said to be worried Lindsay - who is wearing an alcohol-monitoring device around her ankle and reportedly taking daily drug tests - won't tone down her wild lifestyle and could arrive late to the set. 'Poor Things' producers declined to comment on the cancellation of the movie.