LA Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner Revokes Lindsay Lohan’s Probation


If you bet that Lindsay Lohan would screw up her probation from the last time she was in front of a judge … you are a winner. Lohan cuffed and lead out of court …

Problem child Lindsay Lohan finds herself on the wrong side of the law once again. This time Lohan’s probation was revoked by Los Angeles County Judge Stephanie Sautner. An angry judge read Lindsay Lohan the riot act for failing to preform community service, a stipulation of her probation, and taking sentence seriously. Judge Sautner stated that Lohan’s sentence of probation for a charge of theft was a gift. It would seem that the gifts might have run out for Miss Lohan.

An angry Los Angeles judge on Wednesday revoked the probation for Lindsay Lohan because she failed to perform community service, and admonished the troubled actress for failing to treat her sentence seriously.

At a progress hearing for Lohan, 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.”

Lindsay Lohan was led from the courtroom in handcuffs, then later posted a $100,000 bail and was allowed to go home. Lohan’s next court appearance will be on November 2, 2011 where it will be argued whether Lohan did, in fact, violate her probation. If it is determined that she did … Lohan could be headed back to the pokey.

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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “LA Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner Revokes Lindsay Lohan’s Probation”

    1. A Texas Grandfather on October 19th, 2011 8:53 pm

      This young woman is very, very sick on something called ego. She thinks that whatever she chooses to do is right. Laws don’t mean a thing.

      Until a court really gets serious and makes her do about five years time in a prison, she will never recover.

    2. NGBoston on October 20th, 2011 3:26 am

      Seriously, she has plenty of time to show up for Kim Kardashian’s wedding and get wasted with her Mom Dina (half of her problem right there) nand plenty of time to be in the news constantly seen out partying—but no time to fulfill her Community Service?

      Bravo to this Judge—can we clone her? The sad thing about it all is, Ms. Lohan is suffering from an alcohol and drug abuse problem. I think Dina Lohan should step off and someone should come intervene in this young ladies life a la Britney Spears before it is too late.

      What a waste of talent—I still remember her in The Parent Trap remake. Beautiful, talented—what happened Ms. Lohan?

      Hollywood sucks!

    3. Moi on October 20th, 2011 7:06 am

      Parol revokes? Why is she out then? She should not be allowed to post bail with all she’s gotten away with. In the end not only her family, but cling on “friends” and the court system itself will be the cause of her death. Don’t want to see it, but don’t see it being avoided based on her behavior.

    4. Helga Renfro on November 2nd, 2011 11:31 am

      What a joke your Honor!!! Throw the book at her and stop treating her differently than you would a poor person. Lindsay has made a joke out of all of you judges and the legal system in general.
      You are all enabling her and you are guilty judge.

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