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What will it take to get Lindsay Lohan to stop violating her probation? Judge Stephanie Sautner is hoping that 30 days in jail will do the trick.
Lohan, 25, recently admitted that she had violated her probation by not attending therapy sessions as the court dictated, and then by getting kicked out of the Downtown Women's Center, where she was supposed to be doing her court-mandated community service. As punishment, Lohan must serve all of her community service hours at the L.A. County Morgue and, in addition, will have to spend 30 days in prison.
And, unlike last time, Judge Sautner says house arrest is not a viable option for Lindsay. That said, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department tells TMZ that Lohan likely will only have to serve 20 percent of the 30 days to which she's been setenced, which means just a six-day stint behind bars.
In order to ensure that Lohan doesn't shirt her community service and therapy sessions, Judge Sautner has placed Lindsay on a strict schedule whereby she must meet monthly deadlines. So by December 14, Lohan is required to have completed 12 days of service at the morgue and four psychotherapy sessions. By January 17, she'll have to do another 12 days of service and four therapy sessions -- and so on until March 29. If Lohan doesn't adhere to these rigid guidelines, then she'll get a whopping 270 days in jail.
Lohan seemed pleased with the punishment she got off with -- so pleased, in fact, that she was caputred on tape muttering "Oh, thank God" under her breath as she walked out of the court room. Can't say that we blame her.
Lindsay must report to jail by Nov. 9.