Saturday, May 18, 2013
You play, you pay. That's the message Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner relayed when she revoked actress Lindsay Lohan's probation and had her taken away in handcuffs. Lohan's latest infraction was her complete and utter failure to follow through with her court-ordered community service at a women's shelter. Bail for the Mean Girls actress was set at a whopping $100,000. Although she could have easily been sent directly to jail, Judge Sautner set yet another court hearing in two weeks to revisit whether or not the 25-year-old recovering addict should be put behind bars for a fifth time. Lohan was supposed to do 360 hours of community serves at the Downtown Women's Center. However, in true diva fashion, she completely blew off at least nine appointments, and on one particular day she "showed up once and left after an hour." Adding insult to injury, Lohan also waited six months before taking a mandatory Shoplifters Anonymous course. Lohan's only hope in hell is to complete 16 hours of community service at the county morgue before her hearing on November 2. Kind of appropriate, considering that's where she's headed if she keeps up her bad behavior. In addition to her failure to comply with the community service requirements, the judge also raised concerns that she hadn't been going to her weekly psychological counseling appointments. While Judge Sautner contemplates jail time for the Freaky Friday actress, Lohan's father Michael Lohan still thinks he knows best. He wants to see his estranged daughter back in rehab. The outspoken idiot appeared on HLN's Issues and told host Jane Velez-Mitchell that he believes his daughter is back on the hard stuff. Papa Lohan explained, "She's an addict, she doesn't care and she's in denial. She's smoking either crack or meth, either one or the other. I'm not going to shade it." He added that if she doesn't change her evil ways she's going to be the one laying on a cold slab. Lohan gave his eerie prediction, "I want her in a treatment program for a year. Nothing is going to change in her life. She's going to be appearing before judges in the future if she doesn't get help, instead of doing community service in the morgue she's going to wind up in the morgue."