Lindsay Lohan completes community service, gets probation dropped

29 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Judge closes book on last Lindsay Lohan criminal case in LA.

The former Hollywood hellion successfully completed 115 hours of community service in New York over the last three weeks and satisfied probation in her last remaining criminal case, a Los Angeles County judge ruled Thursday.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young on Thursday ended Lohan’s probation in a reckless driving case, closing the last of a series of L.A. criminal cases that have dogged the actress for years. Paperwork obtained by the Daily News showed she actually served about four extra hours for good measure, splitting time between Brooklyn Community Services and the Ali Forney Center for LGBT youth based in Manhattan. “It does appear Ms. She had only completed about nine of 125 hours at that time. “I believe she has successfully completed her community service obligation to the court,” said Santa Monica prosecutor Terry White on Wednesday.

Young said Thursday morning. “Probation is terminated as of today.” Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Holley cheered the decision as she exited the Los Angeles courthouse alongside Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White, the prosecutor on Lohan’s 2012 case involving reckless driving and lying to a police officer. “It’s just a thrill for me to be able to walk out with Mr. Last week the 28-year-old posted a photo on Instagram of a castle-like play area built at the center using large blue blocks, and wrote: “We built this for the kids today! Despite taking a plea deal that allowed her to avoid jail time, Lohan struggled to comply with the terms of her sentence and was ordered jailed after she missed a court appearance.

Lohan’s court appearances had a tendency to become major spectacles, with deputies creating a red carpet-worthy line so photographers could document the starlet’s entrances and exits to court. Commentators often critiqued Lohan’s fashion and choice of hair color, and someone even showered the actress in confetti as she walked into the Beverly Hills courthouse for one hearing. One of her attorneys told a judge the actress was “ensconced in the bosom” of a rehab facility when in reality Lohan only briefly checked in and was photographed shopping at an electronics store around the time of the hearing. Lohan has reported for her shifts at agreed upon times and has demonstrated a responsible and professional demeanor in her approach to volunteering,” AFC coordinator Alexander Roque wrote. Few stars have become more closely associated with Los Angeles court system than Lindsay Lohan, whose first arrest in May 2007 sparked a nearly eight-year court saga that finally ended Thursday, May 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Joe Klamar, Poo, File)

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