(LOS ANGELES) — Lindsay Lohan’s staying on the straight and narrow. Lohan was back in a Los Angeles court Tuesday for another progress hearing, and for the second time in as many months, the Mean Girls star — who is on probation for previous DUI and theft convictions — received a glowing review from Judge Stephanie Sautner.
Sautner praised Lohan for completing all of her required community service on time Tuesday, saying, “Keep doing what you’re doing. You appear to be doing very well.”
Lohan’s next hearing is Feb. 22. She’ll have to complete 15 more days of community service and attend five more therapy sessions by then.
Lohan is required to perform a minimum of 12 days of community service per month at a Los Angeles County morgue and attend a minimum of four psychotherapy sessions per month. If all goes well, her probation requirements could be finished by March 29.
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Brett Crandall, BYU-Idaho Communications
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