Lindsay Lohan will be back in court on Wednesday for a progress report on her probation. Lohan was charged with stealing a $2,500 necklace last January and some insiders believe she could be in for more trouble for failing to meet court ordered requirements.
Lohan has recently claimed that she can’t afford her weekly psychologist sessions and she has barely touched her 360 hours of community service at a Downtown Women’s Center after she was “mistreated” by the staff, or so says a TMZ insider:
“The staff was really mean to her from the second she arrived…she did everything she was asked to do while performing her court-ordered community service at the L.A. center over the past few months… and NEVER showed up late.”
For the record staffers say Lohan hardly ever showed up and when she did it was never for the required 4-hour period.
After being reassigned to work at the American Red Cross the actress has only completed 21 of 339 hours, the rest of those hours must be completed by May 2012.
When Lohan last met with Judge Stephanie Sautner in May she was warned that failure to meet court orders could place her behind bars.
If held in contempt of court on Wednesday Lindsay Lohan could face up to 18 months behind bars in a state correctional facility.
In the meantime the spoiled former A-Lister is claiming that she is fulfilling therapy sessions with phone conferences. It’s funny how Lohan is always the victim and never the problem, at least in her own mind.