LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Judge Stephanie Sauter gave actress Lindsay Lohan a positive review Tuesday for her work on community service and probation, which stems from separate drunken driving and theft cases.

The actress must complete 15 days of community service at the LA County Morgue and five additional psychotherapy sessions before her next court appearance on Feb. 22.

In November, Lohan was ordered to serve 30 days in jail in addition to completing 53 days of community service at the morgue and 18 45-minute therapy sessions.

She was released from jail after serving just five hours, but ordered to complete the rest of her sentence by March 29.

TMZ reports Lohan is working to complete her community service quickly so she can sign on to play the legendary Elizabeth Taylor in a new project that’s apparently still being negotiated.

Comments (2)
  1. Michael J. McDermott says:

    Oh, I’m so glad.

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