Troubled star Lindsay Lohan earned some brownie points with the Los Angeles judge who is presiding over her case after she completed her required community service ahead of schedule.
Lohan progress report hearing on Tuesday for her conviction in relation to a probation violation went quite well as the judge commended her efforts.
Stephanie Sautner, a County Superior Court judge of Los Angeles, was impressed that the Mean Girls star had finished her 12-day community service sentence at the County Morgue in LA earlier than expected and had even undergone five therapy sessions rather than the four she was ordered to do.
Sautner had chastised Lohan in November for missing community service and not taking her sentence seriously. She threatened to throw Lohan behind bars for 270 days if she did not buckle down and complete a set number of hours by the time of the hearing on Tuesday.
The actress has until March 29 to fulfill the remaining terms of her probation. She will return to court in January for another hearing.
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