Yesterday we showed you pictures of Lindsay Lohan‘s effed up grill. Now, take a gander at these new pictures of her effed up face!
Being the fun, family friendly site that we are, we don’t like to be mean … but Lindsay looked like she came straight from Zombieland in these newly released pictures of her at her progress report hearing earlier today (Wed. Oct 19) in Los Angeles.
What the f**k is wrong with her face?!?
Meanwhile, we hear the judge presiding over the case is pissed off at Lindsay for not treating her probation and community service requirements seriously.
So she revoked her probation!
At Lindsay Lohan’s progress report hearing, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner called her previous ruling of probation on a theft charge a “gift” and told Lohan, “there’s something called looking a gift horse in the mouth.” (Huh?)
According to Reuters, Lohan’s longtime attorney Shawn Chapman Holley tried in vain to argue that her client should be allowed to continue uninterrupted on probation due to her complying “substantially” with the other portions of Judge Sautner’s sentence, including going through psychological counseling and attending a program for shoplifters.
But Judge Sautner didn’t want to hear it, and believes that Lohan has “blown off” the court’s order to work at a downtown Los Angeles women’s detention center, and she instead requested to reassigned by city officials (without court approval) to work in a Red Cross program.
Sautner also noted that in the past six months, Lohan has only completed a small fraction of her community service (only 21 out of 480 total hours).
“Nobody has the power to change my sentence,” Judge Sautner said before pronouncing, “I am revoking her probation.”
Lohan was immediately led from the courtroom in handcuffs, and posted bail of $100,000.
She was allowed to go home, for now, but she must appear at a November 2nd court hearing where officials and attorneys will present evidence to prove that Lindsay did, in fact, violation her probation.
If it is determined by the courts that the troubled actress has violated her probation, she could be sent to prison for up to 18 months.
As part of her punishment for stealing a gold necklace from a jewelry store, Linday Lohan was sentenced back in April to 360 hours of community service at the women’s detention center, and another 120 hours at a morgue. She also served 35 days under house arrest.
Lohan’s publicist Steve Honig told the Associated Press that his client is working hard to get her life back on track.
“She’s really pounding away,” Honig said. ”She’s on a good track. We’re optimistic the judge will see that.”
To help her case and try to prove her innocence, Lohan took to Twitter Tuesday night:
“I just want it to be known, that just because I was not followed&photographed during the times I’ve gone to community service, does NOT mean that I wasn’t following my obligations (by going) to the court.”
Judge Sautner sounds like she means business. Looks like Lindsay lohan might be going to jail for real this time!