Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to serve 30 days in jail on Wednesday after she admitted to violating her probation.
Lindsay Lohan, 25, must surrender to the county jail by November 9.
Judge Stephanie Sautner of Los Angeles Superior Court ordered Lindsay Lohan to 53 days of community service at the county morgue and numerous sessions with a psychotherapist.
Judge Stephanie Sautner imposed strict conditions on Lindsay Lohan, telling her that she will now have to perform all of her community service at the morgue or risk serving an additional 270 days in jail.
Lindsay Lohan’s sentence will likely be shortened due to jail overcrowding.
The actress earlier arrived at the Los Angeles Superior Court Airport branch wearing a navy polka dot dress and Giuseppe Zanotti heels, stepping out of a blacked out Cadillac Escalade SUV to a barrage of flashbulbs.
Inside the court Lindsay Lohan admitted to violating her probation in theft and DUI cases by failing to show up at community-service appointments at a Los Angeles skid row women’s shelter.
Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked Lindsay Lohan’s probation at a hearing on October 19, when she lashed out at the actress, saying she had repeatedly violated the terms of her probation.
Lindsay Lohan was handcuffed in court and booked, but she was released a short time later on $100,000 bail pending today’s hearing.
According to Judge Stephanie Sautner, Lindsay Lohan missed nine appointments at the Downtown Women’s Shelter, where she had been ordered to perform community service.
In some cases, Lindsay Lohan left the shelter after about an hour even though she had been ordered to remain there for at least four hours each time.
The actress pleaded no contest May 11 to a misdemeanor grand theft charge involving a necklace priced at $2,500 that was taken from a Venice jewellery store.
Lindsay Lohan was placed on three years probation and ordered to spend 120 days in jail and complete the 480 hours of community service to which she had been previously sentenced for violating her probation in a 2007 misdemeanor DUI case.
She was ordered in May to have her 480 hours of community service completed by April 2012, with 360 hours at the women’s center and another 120 hours at the county morgue. As of the last court hearing, Lindsay Lohan had completed about 21 of the 360 hours at the skid row shelter for women, Judge Sautner said.
After revoking the Lindsay Lohan’s probation, Judge Stephanie Sautner ordered the actress to perform at least 16 hours of community service work at the county morgue before today’s hearing. That effort got off to a bad start when – the day after her probation was revoked – Lindsay Lohan showed up late and was turned away from the coroner’s office.
The actress showed up early the next day, and she has made additional trips to the facility since.
Lindsay Lohan blamed her initial tardiness on confusion over where to report and delays prompted by the crush of media waiting for her at the coroner’s office.