Update: After completing the terms of her probation – the 25-year-old has been completely taken off probation in what the judge called “the endless” 2007 DUI case. As for the jewelry theft case, the judge shifted her probation from formal to informal for completing community service at the morgue, psychological counseling and the shoplifter’s alternative program.
Lindsay looked as if a world had been taken off her shoulders when she heard the good news and thanked her honor and the counsel for being fair – adding that this experience has really opened a lot of doors for her.
The judge had a few words of advice for the Mean Girls star however, stop nightclubbing and focus on your work.
Adding that it’s all up to Lindsay now whether or not she wants to end up back in court – but according to the judge – this was her final appearance.
Judging by the huge grin on her face afterward – we can only assume she’ll be on her best behavior from here on out.
Suit up, Lindsay!
Here’s Lindsay Lohan at the LAX Court House in Los Angeles for what she hopes will be her last court appearance after completing her required community service.
The actress reportedly just told TMZ that she plans on staying away from courtrooms for the rest of her life, and as long as Lindsay stays out of trouble, that will be the case.