Lindsay Lohan Says End of Probation Is 'Clean Slate' and 'Fresh Start' for Her

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ended the 'Mean Girls' actress' probation in her 2012 reckless driving case on Thursday, May 28.

AceShowbiz - Lindsay Lohan is officially off probation after nearly eight years in and out of court room. On Thursday, May 28, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ended LiLo's probation in her 2012 reckless driving case.

Mark determined the "Mean Girls" actress completed her 125 hours of community service after reviewing her service logs. The judge praised LiLo's lawyer Shawn Holley for getting the troubled actress to complete her hours in recent weeks.

While LiLo wasn't present in court for Thursday hearing, she thanked her lawyer and two New York groups where she did her recent community service in a statement posted on Twitter. The "Freaky Friday" actress wrote, "I am very grateful to those at Brooklyn Community Services, Duffield and The Ali Forney Center for welcoming me into their services and allowing me to finish my court ordered Community Service hours."

"Thank you to Shawn and everyone involved for having faith in me and supporting me in getting the job done. I look forward to working with The Ali Forney Center and BCS in the future. Thank you for the inspiration. Clean slate. Fresh start. Bless," she added.

According to PEOPLE, LiLo was spotted at JFK airport on the same day, heading to Nice, France. A source told the site, "She is meeting up with friends."

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