Lindsay Lohan Morgue

October 20, 2011 by staff 

Lindsay Lohan MorgueLindsay Lohan Morgue, Lindsay Lohan was in a courtroom yesterday from LA to face the wrath of Judge Stephanie Sautner. Lindsay Sautner sentenced to community service – instead of prison – following the case of misdemeanor theft earlier this year, but Lindsay ended up being the start of a women’s shelter where he had been assigned.

Seriously, what do you have to do as a woman is being expelled from a women’s shelter?

Bail was set at 100,000 and yesterday, and Lindsay quickly to raise the money to go. She is due back in court November 2 to determine whether they justify another back to prison, where he was sent four times before only to be released early due to overcrowding.

“If the jail meant something in the state of California now, maybe put me in jail,” Sautner said.

In April, Lindsay had been ordered to serve 360 ??hours in downtown Los Angeles Women’s Center, which helps homeless people. Sautner Judge Lindsay said nine citations in the center were “just high” and that “he has appeared once and left after an hour.”

And you wonder why it is proving difficult to find work.

Lindsay has started volunteering at the American Red Cross – I hope it will not be giving blood – but Sautner said those hours are not counted because it was part of her sentence.

“We are dealing with a person on probation,” said Lindsay facilitator, attorney Shawn Holley. “Most people on probation do not always do things perfectly.”

True, but there is a difference between doing things perfectly y. . . not doing at all.

According to, this time Lindsay gets – har har har de – and plans submitted for the service at the morgue in Los Angeles every day before her next hearing.

TMZ says that Lindsay is going to be cleaning the viscera of the tables after the autopsy, sweeping floors, cleaning toilets, cleaning windows and picking up trash.

End of movie * River Phoenix, the “Dark Blood”, is closer to the release after sitting on the shelf for 18 years, the Hollywood Reporter says.
After the death of Phoenix in 1993 outside the Viper Room in Los Angeles, the Dutch director George Sluizer took the original material and kept it hidden for fear of being destroyed. He is now re-edited the film and believes that with some adjustments – perhaps to get Rios brother of Joaquin Phoenix to do voiceovers – can deliver a final cut in 2012.

Judy Davis and Jonathan Pryce (“Hysteria”) also star.

“Jon Bon Jovi * Pay-what-you-

can “charity restaurant in Red Bank, New Jersey, is open for business.

There are no prices on the menu. Diners pay what they are capable of, and those who have money can still eat – provided they are willing to work in the restaurant or do community service.

* Seven new homes can not

dent in the problems of tornadoes ravaged Joplin, Missouri, but that will not stop “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” construction of more than mansions top dream for seven families.

The building (s) began yesterday and will air later this year.

* If a court ever

trying to defend a charge of harassment, here’s how not to behave:

In Toronto, Shania Twain stalker Giovanni Palumbo had another outburst yesterday after being denied bail.

After the judge Richard Schneider Palumbo rejected the request to be released before his next court appearance, Palumbo quietly swore before screaming in court.

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