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Lindsay Lohan has finally found the best way to prevent herself from getting into trouble. She's decided that she's not going to leave the house from now until her probation is scheduled to end on March 29!
This commitment comes following a recent hit-and-run incident that may or may not end up counting as a violation to her probation. Lohan, 25, claims that she did nothing wrong and police told the New York Daily News that the man who Lohan allegedly hit has "no case whatsoever." But we can't fault the former child star for wanting to play it safe.
Sources tell TMZ that friends close to Lohan begged her to avoid the club scene until she got off probation to avoid any other future mishaps. Fortunately Lohan only has 10 more days of self-inflicted house arrest until she is finally in the clear. So don't expect to see LiLo around town -- unless it's for something she really has to attend, like her court-ordered community service commitment at the morgue.
It's nice that Lohan seems to be taking this comeback so seriously. Though this hit and run was definitely a bit of a slip-up, Lohan has been doing a pretty good job of keeping clean so far.
"I regret the choices that I've made, but I'm grateful for where I am today because of them," Lohan said in a recent interview with Matt Lauer. "I don't need to see any more negative stuff. I don't need to put myself in those places any more."
Turns out she might not have been lying about being a "homebody" after all.