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Lindsay Lohan was back in court Wednesday.Just a few weeks ago, Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked Lohan’s probation, setting her bail at $100,000.
Today, Lohan admitted to Judge Sautner to violating her court order by failing to complete community service, as required by her probation terms, at the Downtown Women’s centre in Los Angeles.
Telling Lohan, “From what I can see of you, you need a structure,” Sautner reinstated her probation with new, stricter terms, which she quickly accepted in lieu of a longer jail sentence.
The judge also managed to throw in some juicy jabs at Lohan, including mentioning that a local women’s centre asked that Lohan not be assigned to serve her community service with them, as they did not think she set a good example for the women.
Sautner described the term as “putting the keys to the jail in the defendants pockets”:
- 30 days in county jail — Lohan must surrender by November 9 and will not be eligible for house arrest, electronic monitoring or any other early release options. At the end of the 30 days, Lohan must report to her new probation officer by the next business day.
- By December 14, Lohan must complete 12 days of community service service at the morgue and four 45-minute psycho-therapy sessions.
- By January 17, Lohan must complete 12 more days of community service service at the morgue and four more 45-minute psycho-therapy sessions.
- By February 15, Lohan must complete 12 more days of community service service at the morgue and four more 45-minute psycho-therapy sessions.
- By March 29, Lohan must complete 17 more days of community service service at the morgue and six more 45-minute psycho-therapy sessions.
Also, Lohan cannot leave the country or the state without permission from her probation officer (for work and family visits only).
Good thing she already shot that Playboy spread.
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