Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to report to the count jail before November 9 (next Wednesday) to serve her 30 days. If she doesn’t, she has been warned to expect additional jail time.
Judge Sautner today ruled that the Mean Girls star violated the terms of her probation stemming from her shoplifting conviction. Lindsay Lohan admitted this and threw herself on the mercy of the court, but she didn’t seem to get much sympathy.
The prosecution showed that Lohan canceled 14 of her 19 scheduled psychotherapy appointments and three of the five she attended were cut short because of “other engagements she needed to attend to.”
That sounds bad. But things got worse for the actress when talk in court turned to her community service at the Downtown Women’s Center. Out of the 20 scheduled sessions she had there, she canceled 12 of them!
Judge Sautner actually sentenced her to 300 days in the county jail, but she must only serve 30 days behind bars. She has to give herself up by November 9. In a surprise move, the judge also said Lindsay was not eligible for house arrest or electronic monitoring or any other early release.
Even when she’d freed from jail, there is now to be no second chances on Lidsay Lohan fulfilling the rest of her punishment. She must report on the next business day to the probation department.
Judge Lautner had harsh words for the actress in spaking about her future court ordered community service. She said,
“The Downtown Women’s Center is willing to take you back, I’m not going to put them through that again.”
She also openly admitted that The Good Shepherd Women’s Shelter didn’t want Lindsay, “because they say you set a bad example for the women trying to get their lives in order.”
Harsh! Even her probation officer has given up on Lindsay.
Sooooo! Lindsay Lohan gets to serve out the rest of her community service at the L.A. county morgue where she has already started.
Lohan must return to court on December 14 for a progress report, and she must have completed 12 days of community at the county morgue and attend four psychological therapy sessions of 45 minutes each by then. If she is found to in compliance before her next hearing, the remaining 270 days on her sentence will be stayed until January 17, by which time she is to have performed a further 12 days at the morgue and four more psychotherapy sessions. The timeline is repeated until February 15, and then between February 15 and March 29 Lohan is to complete 17 days at the morgue and six psychotherapy sessions.
If she does all that, she gets off further jail time. Will Lindsay Lohan manage to comply with her probation terms this time?