Lindsay Lohan cleared the final hurdle in her legal Odyssey today (Mar. 29). Judge Stephanie Sautner ended her probation for the first time since her 2007 drunk driving arrest. “She did it,” the judge said.
Lohan, who was assigned to the country morgue to meet her community service requirements apparently liked the work so much she spent nine more days of working there than required.
“You need to live your live in a more mature way, stop the night clubbing and focus on your work,” the judge said. :I don’t expect to see you again.”
Lohan isn’t totally out of the woods. She still has two and a half years of informal probation as a result of her misdemeanor theft case. But she no longer has to report to a probation officer or make court appearances.
The actress pleaded no contest to the charge. Whether Lohan follows through and stays out of trouble remains to be seen. She wants to get her career back on track.
“I just want to say thank you. It has really opened a lot of doors for me. Thank you for being fair,” she told the judge.