Lindsay Lohan Probation Revoked, Thrown In Jail & Out Again

Yesterday was quite the busy day for Miss. Lindsay Lohan, the loved to be hated actress. She had to face Judge Sautner once again, to go over her case and her recent dismissal from the women’s center the judge had sentenced her to do community service hours at. Lohan appeared to court wearing a white Fendi dress, Guiseppe Zanotti gold heels, a Chanel purse and horribly done makeup.

Lindsay Lohan Is At It Again! Is Prison In Her Near Future?

As many predicted Judge Sautner was pleased then pleased and throw the book at Lohan (not literally although that would have been funny).  Lohan was arrested on the spot and rescheduled for a court appearance n November 2nd. Her community service is now to be done at the morgue and she is required to fulfill a minimun of 16 hours prior to court on the second of next month. Lohan is currently facing up to a year and a half behind bars; however, the judge commented that it is highly unlikely due to a new law and overcrowding.

Judge Sautner was less then pleased with the report turned in by Lohan’s probation officer and psychotherapist. They both had only positive things to say on behalf of Miss. Lohan. Her psychotherapist reported,“The defendant is doing really well, she is making changes, and is trying to become more disciplined in her actions.” It also says that Lohan has been attending counseling every Tuesday, which the judge had a hard time believing since she has been out of town and even overseas. Regarding the Probation Dept. Judge Sautner says they had no authority to assign Lohan to the Red Cross and none of that time will count towards her probation.

    “You’re praising her for completing 12 hours in six months. … Nobody has the power to change my sentence. … She is not getting credit (for the Red Cross service.) … Ms. Lohan’s actions deliberately made it impossible to perform her sentence at the Downtown Women’s Center. Probation is a gift, and there’s something called looking a gift horse in the mouth.”

After being handcuffed and arrested Lohan was then released on $100,000 bail. Her publicist allegedly released a statement to TMZ stating, “Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on November 2 and the Court will reinstate probation and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service.”

Lindsay Lohan Career Is Over 2011

Apparently Lindsay Lohan says she understand why the judge is made and is ready to take the punishment and prove to the judge she is a changed or changing person. It was also said that Lohan is taking this experience as a lesson learned and plans of going to the morgue everyday from now till November 2 when she must been back in court. So has Lohan really changed? Will she complete the 16 mandatory hours? Will she ben locked back up? Tell us your thoughts.

Lindsay Lohan Is At It Again! Is Prison In Her Near Future?

Lindsay Lohan as at it once again. She just can’t seem to follow directions for the life of her. She must not have taken Judge Sautner seriously during her July 2011 court appearance. Back in July, Judge Sautner ordered Lindsay to complete a total of 60 days of community service, required to enroll in shop lifting therapy, and psychological counseling. Judge Sautner told Lindsay Lohan’s attorney at the time, “I’m not going to give her five extra minutes. I don’t want to hear, ‘Oh, I couldn’t do it because I was on the set of the John Gotti movie.’”

Its since been reported that Lindsay has not been attending her weekly counseling appointments and she was kicked out of of the Downtown Women’s Center, where Judge Sautner ordered her to perform her community service hours. Apparently Lohan was a no show to several schedule community service dates and when she did show would only disappear after an hour even though she was ordered to do a minimum of 4 hours at a time.

Breaking News:Lindsay Lohan Avoids Jail Once Again

Lindsay Lohan is due back in court on October 19th for a progress hearing. Will she get another slap on the wrist or will Judge Sautner throw her back behind bars?