Another judge, another jail sentence, and another bail posting. It’s becoming common practice for Lindsay.
It was her fourth appearance in front of a judge, this time for a probation violation after she stole a $2,500 necklace in Venice, Calif. Lindsay found some luck with the judge when her sentence was reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, but she didn’t get off scot-free.
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The judge slapped her with a 120-day stint in jail. But Lindsay, possibly thinking the orange jumpsuit would be a poor fashion choice, ponied up the $75,000 bail and was off the hook within hours. But while she waits for a May 11th hearing, she’s required to begin community service, also part of the sentence. The judge handed Lindsay 480 hours of service, split between a women’s shelter and the county morgue.
Lohan has faced three prior jail sentences, primarily for a drunk driving offence in 2007. In two of those cases, she spent the same amount of time – mere hours – in jail. Her longest term was a harrowing 14 days in the slammer last summer, which put an end her DUI case.
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