Lindsay Lohan gets positive progress report, is on track to complete probation


Lindsay Lohan and her mother Dina Lohan arrive at court for a progress report hearing on her probation. (JASON REDMOND/REUTERS)

Lohan completed 15 days of community service at the L.A. County Morgue and attended five therapy sessions as required, Judge Stephanie Saunter said. By her final hearing on March 29, Lohan needs to complete 14 more days of community service and attend five more therapy session

Sautner told Lohan she has seen a “positive change,” adding that it appears the actress is “getting [her] life back on track.”

She certainly seems to be trying. The actress recently posed in Playboy magazine, for which she reportedly earned a nearly seven-figure paycheck. Lohan will host “Saturday Night Live” for the fourth time on March 3 and has reportedly been cast as Elizabeth Taylor in a Lifetime biopic.

Should Lohan complete the community service and therapy requirements by March 29, her probation for the original DUI case from 2007 “will go bye-bye,” the judge said. She will still be on informal/summary probation for a 2011 necklace theft case But she will not have to do community service or therapy. “All you have to do is obey all laws,” Sautner told her.

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