Lindsay Lohan Gets 30 More Days in Jail
Lindsay Lohan was sentenced today to 30 more days in jail for violating her probation.
Lohan had failed to attend several court-mandated therapy sessions and had been kicked out of her community service program at the Downtown Women’s Center for missing nine scheduled appointments.
Judge Stephanie Sautner says Lohan must surrender by November 9, emphasizing that she is not eligible for house arrest or early release. After Lohan serves her time, which may be shortened to as little as 6 days due to overcrowding, she is to return to court on December 14.
The judge then set out a strict schedule of how much community service and psychotherapy Lohan must complete month by month before March 29. “You need a structure, this is a structure,” Judge Sautner told Lohan.
The judge then ordered Lohan to do all of her community service at the L.A. morgue as two other centers for women had refused to take the actress because they felt she set a bad example for the women there. Judge Sautner also assigned Lohan to a new probation officer whom she described as “no nonsense.”
If Lohan complies will all the new conditions, she’ll be home free, and “We won’t have to see each other again,” said the judge. If not, she’s staring at a much longer sentence — possibly 270 days behind bars.