The drama isn't quite over for Lindsay Lohan. The actress was due back in court today to convince Judge Stephanie Sautner she's been staying out of trouble and plans to continue her probation guidelines.
Sources from Lindsay's camp tell TMZ she had no idea why she's been asked to return to court, but insists she's been good.
Looks like Judge Sautner wanted to make sure Lindsay had plans to complete her community service and psychological counseling. Apparently, she was annoyed that no progress had been made.
"I'm not going to give her five extra minutes," the Judge told Lindsay's lawyer. "I don't want to hear, 'Oh, I couldn't do it because I was on the set of the John Gotti movie.'"
Judge Sautner says that by August 11, Lindsay must receive counseling.
"I will give her 21 days to prove that she has found a counselor," the judge told Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Holley.
And by October 19, Lindsay has to show "progress on psychological counseling and progress on community service." She must also prove "completion of shoplifter's alternative".
The judge told Lindsay: "Get done with that community service, and your life will be back to normal."
Her life might be back to normal, but shopping will never, ever be the same. You know those annoying sales clerks that follow you around the stores asking if everything’s ok? Yeah, imagine that for the rest of your life.