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Lindsay Lohan was back in court Wednesday afternoon when Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked the troubled diva’s probation for failing to complete her community service.
Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service back in early 2011 for allegedly stealing a necklace from a Venice jewelry store. Lohan reportedly walked out of the store wearing the necklace because she forgot to take it off.
According to NBC the judge focused the hearing on the nine service appointments Lohan failed to attend.
The original 480 hours are supposed to be completed by April of 2012, which is 6 months away. In court the judge is reported to have said, “I’m revoking her probation. Miss Lohan has created an impossibility to perform this sentence that was given to her by her own actions.”
After having her probation revoked Lohan was led out of court in handcuffs and is currently out on $100,000 bail. Lohan is due back in court on Nov. 2 and is ordered to have 16 more service hours completed by then.
The “Mean Girls” publicist released a statement saying, “Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on Nov. 2 and the court will reinstate probation and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service.”
This latest jailhouse stay isn’t the first time Lohan has made headlines in the past months. Recently she filed a lawsuit against singer Pitbull for using her name in his song “Give Me Everything.”
Lohan’s name appears only once in the song when Pitbull says, “Hustlers move aside, so I’m tiptoein’, to keep flowin’, I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan.” The case itself is weak seeing how Lohan’s time in jail is public knowledge and the singer did not make any offensive remarks about Lohan’s character.
Public opinion in this case is against Lohan for refusing Pitbull’s invitation to accompany him to MTV’s VMA’s. No new information about the lawsuit has been released.
Lohan has starred in such films as “The Parent Trap” and “Mean Girls.” She is a talented actor and hopefully after her probation is complete she can refocus her energy on her career.