Lindsay Lohan Due in Court, Probation Expected to End
(LOS ANGELES) -- Thursday will be a very exciting day for Lindsay Lohan.
The Mean Girls star is scheduled to appear in a Los Angeles court at 10 a.m. PT. If all goes according to plan, her probation will come to an end.
When Lohan last appeared in court, on Feb. 22, the judge handling her case said she'd be off probation if she completes 14 more days of community service at a morgue and five therapy sessions by Thursday's hearing.
Lohan's rep says the actress has done just that. He told E! News, "When she arrives in court [Thursday], she will have completed all of her obligations."
TMZ.com recently reported that an incident earlier this month, in which Lohan is accused of grazing a bystander with her Porsche while leaving a Hollywood nightclub, will not be held against her in her probation case.
Lohan is expected to be placed on informal probation until May 2014. She'll still have to keep her nose clean, but she won't have to make any court appearances.
Her rep says Lohan isn't "celebrating" the end of her probation, but is rather "ending one chapter and starting the next. She is very eager to get back on set and dive into her next few projects."
Lohan is in the process of launching a career comeback, with roles in the Fox series Glee and in a Lifetime movie about Elizabeth Taylor.
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