Judge Revokes Lindsay Lohan Probation
Lindsay Lohan may be looking at another trip to jail.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner said on Wednesday that she was revoking Lohan’s probation after the actress failed to perform court-mandated community service. In the progress hearing Wednesday, Sautner admonished the 25-year-old troubled celebrity for not complying with her order to render service at a Los Angeles women’s detention center. According to Sautner, Lohan was reassigned to a Red Cross program without informing her. “Nobody has the power to change my sentence,” Sautner said. “I am revoking her probation.”
With her probation revoked, Lohan was handcuffed out of the court after the hearing and was released only after posting a $100,000 bail. A hearing to determine if Lohan has indeed violated her probation will be held on November 2. During this hearing, the prosecution and the defense will both be given a chance to present evidence. If the prosecution convinces the judge through evidence that Lohan violated her probation, the actress could be sent to jail.