LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Lindsay Lohan was released on $100,000 bail Wednesday after a judge determined that the 25-year-old actress violated the terms of her probation.
Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sauter says Lohan violated her probation when she was booted from the downtown women’s shelter where she had been ordered to complete most of her community service.
The Los Angeles Times reports she wasn’t showing up, but TMZ says Lohan wasn’t “fulfilled” at the center and will be reassigned to the county morgue.
Lohan had been ordered to do the work after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor count of theft involving a necklace from a jewelry store in Venice.
She is on probation for both the theft and a 2007 drunk driving case.
Lohan has been doing community service daily for the American Red Cross, but Sauter says that won’t count toward her probation, which was revoked.
She is due back in court Nov. 2.