Actress Lindsay Lohan and her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley appear in a courtroom for a hearing in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, July 6, .

*Attorney Shawn Chapman Holley is no longer representing Lindsay Lohan.

The exit comes hours after the lawyer issued a statement criticizing the actress’ 90-day sentence for violating probation.

“I can confirm [Holley] is not representing Lindsay at this point. Lindsay is in the process of hiring new counsel,” Lohan’s New York lawyer, Stephanie Ovadia, told the Daily News.

Ovadia said she wasn’t sure what caused the split and couldn’t confirm a report that Lindsay hired Tiffany Feder-Cohen, who passed the California bar in November.

TMZ also reported that Lohan is vowing to appeal the judge’s sentence – even though Holley’s statement said she was “prepared to serve her jail time.”

In her statement, Holley claimed that Lohan – who repeatedly skipped alcohol counseling sessions after getting probation for two DUIs – is the victim of reverse celebrity justice.

“We believe that the penalty is far harsher than what others would have received under similar circumstances,” Holley wrote.

Lohan, 24, was sentenced to three consecutive 30-day terms for breaking her probation – plus 90 days of rehab. She sobbed for mercy in court on Tuesday, claiming the court had never made it clear when she was supposed to show up for alcohol counseling.