Judge Stephanie Sautner gave Lindsay Lohan an extra week to check into jail so she could finish her Playboy shoot.
Why even bother having any court hearings for Lindsay Lohan at this point? Not only does she get a delayed sentence, as it turns out, she most likely will do zero hours of jail time.
Anyway, a source says that Lindsay had to retake her photos for Playboy because they weren't up to par the first time around.
“Lindsay was told that the Playboy executives wanted to go another direction with her shoot so they asked her to come back for a second time,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “The first pictures of Lindsay weren’t exactly what they wanted so they have a new theme that they want to shoot."
How much are we betting that this new theme is prison-related? I'll be very, very surprised if handcuffs aren't used as a prop in at least one photo.
At any rate, the new shoot will take place beginning Thursday, and the plans are for Lindsay to grace the January cover of the magazine.
“There is never a guarantee that everyone will like the photos or that they will be of high enough quality to use for the cover but Playboy wanted to make sure that Lindsay’s pictures were exactly what they wanted,” the source said.
At yesterday's hearing, Michael Lohan was unable to make it, but lucky for us, he had a prison minister speak on his behalf. Michael is currently in solitary confinement in Florida.
After Lindsay received her sentence, Marty Angelo, Michael's prison minister, made a statement on his behalf.
"He asked me to come in for spiritual support for his daughter ... we pray that Lindsay will find her way. We say the same prayers for Michael. Michael wants the best for Lindsay. He sends his regards, and regrets that he cannot be here."
Not even solitary confinement can hold Michael Lohan back.
As previously reported, Lindsay has decided to go full frontal for her Playboy shoot. Yup, she'll be showing off the boobs, the butt, and the vag. Dina Lohan had this to say about her daughter's shoot:
"It was an opportunity for her and she's done thousands and thousands of covers, so this was just something...she's 25 now. It was just something that was her decision...we have a contractual say in how far it goes and her and Mr. Hefner will decide."