During the Tuesday, January 17's probation hearing, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge urges the 'Mean Girls' actress, 'Just keep doing what you're doing, you appear to be doing it well.'
Lindsay Lohan is stepping closer to putting her legal trouble behind. The April Booth of "Machete" appeared before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner on Tuesday, January 17 for her latest probation hearing, and was told if she continues to fulfill her court-ordered obligations, she could end her probation in March.
During the hearing, Judge Sautner told LiLo, "Just keep doing what you're doing, you appear to be doing it well. The probation officer has written a favorable report, as has the volunteer center." She noted that the 25-year-old actress had completed 12 days of required community service at the morgue, 4 mandatory psychotherapy sessions and meeting with her probation officer.
LiLo, who's in contention to play Elizabeth Taylor on Lifetime's "Elizabeth & Richard: A Love Story", has to complete 15 community service days at the morgue and attend five psychotherapy sessions by her next hearing, which is set for February 22. She is expected to have finished her morgue work and therapy by March 29.
The older sister of Ali Lohan showed sign that she's back on track on her December hearing. During the hearing, Judge Sautner gave her a glowing report as stating, "You have actually done the work and done it, not only on time, but early. You did the 12 days and you completed it early."