Lindsay Lohan Headed for Jail — Again [UPDATED]
If Lindsay Lohan doesn’t have a plaque with her name on a jail cell yet, she really should.
The former actress and current trainwreck appeared in court on Wednesday and admitted violating the terms of her probation. She’s agreed to serve a 30-day sentence in the Los Angeles County Jail and is now required to turn herself in within one week.
Despite the sentence, a sheriff’s department spokesman says Lohan will likely serve just six days due to the ever-present overcrowding. (Probably because we keep arresting people for smoking pot. Thanks, War on Drugs! You’re working out swell.)
Another 270 days will be stayed pending the completion of terms dictated by Judge Stephanie Sautner.
According to E! Online:
The remaining 270 days will be stayed as followed: LiLo must return to court Dec. 14, by which time she must serve 12 community service days at the morgue, and undergo four psychotherapy sessions of 45 minutes.
After Dec. 14, Lindsay’s jail time will again be stayed until Jan. 17, by which time she’ll need to perform 12 more days of morgue duty and submit to four more psychotherapy sessions. If she does, her sentence will be stayed again until March 29, by which time the ante will be upped to complete 17 days at the morgue and six therapy sessions.
[The judge said] “Then you will have completed everything the court ordered. If you do that, then this jail time will be permanently stayed. The probation will terminate, and we won’t have to see each other again, unless you do something that violates the law.”
And by “unless” she meant “until.”
In addition, LiLo can’t leave the country and needs her probation officer’s permission to even leave the state. “From what I can see, you need a structure, and this is a structure,” Sautner said.
The judge also rather hilariously pointed out that the Downtown Women’s Shelter, which booted Lindsay after she failed to show up for her mandated community service time, didn’t want her back. And another shelter, the Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women, “refused to take” her, saying she was “a bad example for women trying to get their lives in order.”
So the LA County Morgue it is, even though the judge said it “seems to have an issue with your tweeting. I can’t order you to stop tweeting…I’ve asked them to stop holding press conferences about you, too.”