Lindsay Lohan's probation revoked
Lindsay Lohan will be headed back to court — yet again. During a hearing in Los Angeles Wednesday, Judge Stephanie Sautner ordered the actress’ probation revoked, and ruled that her next hearing would be set for Nov. 2.
Lohan was led away in handcuffs at the end of Wednesday’s hearing (though a bondsman was also in court to bail her out), which delved into whether the actress was following through with her probation, which stems from a 2007 drunk driving charge. She was let go from her community service job at the Downtown Women’s Center after failing to show up for scheduled appointments; Sautner ordered that Lohan now work at the L.A. County morgue, and refused to give Lohan credit for her time with the Red Cross. (Lohan volunteered at the latter organization after she had left the Downtown Women’s Center.)
The Nov. 2 hearing could determine whether or not Lohan returns to jail. She could face up to a year and a half in custody. UPDATE: Lohan’s rep issued the following statement to EW: “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.”