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Controversy as Lindsay Lohan Judge Rules No Parole Violation

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Lindsay Lohan is back home under house arrest at her rented upscale townhome in Venice Beach, CA. The judge in her case ruled that she had not violated the terms of her probation. But there is still controversy over whether or not she failed an alcohol test and the DA’s office is upset that Lindsay got away without punishment yesterday.

In court yesterdy Lohan (25) had a lucky escape when Los Angeles Judge Stephanie Sautner ruled that she believed the terms of probation set by Lohan’s DUI judge had NOT been violated.

Judge Sautner determined that a previous judge in the case, Judge Eden Fox, did NOT indicate Lohan should be tested for alcohol in his order, only “controlled substances” and no drugs were found in her sample.

Not surprisingly, the District Attorney’s office is in disagreement with Sautner’s finding and urged her to call Judge Fox for clarification. But Judge Sautner declined to do that.

Judge Sautner is apparently upset with the reporting of Lindsay Lohan testing psotove for alcohol, calling it a “media circus.”

Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers who has handled Lindsay’s DUI and theft charges since 2007, has formally been taken off the case by the D.A.’s office. However, she has stated that she believd Judge Fox DID want Lindsay tested for both drugs and alcohol.

“I think he wanted her to stay clean,” she said.

So, since it was ruled that there was no parole violation, Lindsay Lohan should finish up her house arrest before her 25th birthday, which is July 2.

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