1:24 pm, January 17th, 2012
The actress fulfilled her past month’s worth of mandated morgue service and psychotherapy appointments, putting her at the halfway mark toward completing her probation.
Judge Sautner said, “I’m pleased to say she’s done it all on schedule,” and noted that the probation office had given Lohan a “favorable report.”
She told Lohan, “Just keep doing what you’re doing — you appear to be doing it well.”
Sautner noted that Lohan must complete 15 days of community service and five therapy sessions by February 22, her next scheduled court appearance.
As long as she continues to stay on track, her probation will end on March 29.
Last month, Lohan got her first positive report from Sautner since her most recent legal woes began, with the judge telling her at the time, “You’re doing well, and I’d like to see it continue.”
Judge Sautner carefully outlined Lohan’s community service and therapy obligations after the actress violated her probation in October by getting kicked out of her community service program at the Downtown Women’s Center.
When Gossip Cop ran into Lohan at the Weinstein Company party after the Golden Globes, she told us “everything’s great” in her life these days.
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