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Lindsay Lohan’s Probation Report Glowing

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Lindsay Lohan will head back to court tomorrow, Wednesday, for a progress hearing in her theft case. According to leaked reports, the actress and Playboy model, will receive a “glowing” probation report.

Judge Sautner will be pleased to hear that Lindsay seems to have gotten along a lot better at fulfilling her probation since her last court appearance, where several changes were made.

Judge Sautner gave Lindsay a new, no nonsense probation officer at her last court appearance and it seems that she has responded to this. In fact, she is being hailed as a model probationer.

She has made scheduled meetings with her probation officer, has completed more than her court ordered community service requirement of 12 days by the progress report hearing, and attended all her psychological counseling sessions. Therefore, she is ahead of schedule to finish her duties at the morgue by March 29, 2012.

Previously, Lohan (25) served approximately 4 1/2 hours of a 30 day sentence for violating terms of her probation because she failed to show on multiple occasions at the Downtown Women’s Center. Judge Sautner had ordered Lindsay to perform the community service at a downtown women’s shelter after pleading no contest in her theft case. Because of massive overcrowding in Los Angeles County jails, Lohan only had to serve a fraction of her sentence.

Following her release, Judge Saunter is keeping Lindsay on a very tight leash, ordering her to complete a certain number of hours for community service, and psychotherapy sessions monthly until March 29, 2012. Failure to do so would result in an automatic 270 day jail sentence, which the judge suspended, pending successful completion of her terms.

It seems she’s doing well in completing her sentence now. An insider said Lindsay has really stepped up and accepted responsibility for her actions. She is well liked at the coroner’s office, and she does whatever she is assigned to do, without complaining.

Therefore, the probation report will “recommend that Lindsay be allowed to remain on probation, because she is in compliance,” the source says.

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