A Los Angeles judge revoked Lindsay Lohan’s probation on Wednesday after the star was dismissive about her community service at a women’s shelter, and set bail at $100,000.
Judge Stephanie Sautner was angry that Lohan had “blown off” her orders to volunteer at a women’s detention center and got reassigned to a Red Cross program, without court approval. The hours she served with the program will not count toward her community service assignment.
“Nobody has the power to change my sentence,” Judge Sautner said. “I am revoking her probation.”
The Judge told Lohan her light probation sentence for her previous theft charge was a “gift,” and promptly took back the present back at a progress hearing.
The actress’s attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, argued that Lohan had complied with other parts of the Judge’s sentence, including psychological counseling and attending a program for shoplifters. His arguments were to no avail.
Lohan will have a hearing before her sentencing occurs.