Lindsay Lohan Mug Shot October 19

October 20, 2011 by staff 

Lindsay Lohan Mug Shot October 19Lindsay Lohan Mug Shot October 19, Lindsay Lohan now has at least five police file photos in circulation, the latter came when her parole was revoked on October 19, 2011.

Lohan was escorted from the court of Los Angeles, handcuffed and taken into custody after her parole was revoked.

Bail actress 25 years old, “was set at 100,000 and the bail and was quickly, but waitresses posing for the photo above.

Lohan is now facing a trial on November 2, to decide whether a violation of her probation, and if convicted could face up to 18 months in prison.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner advised him to complete 16 hours of community service at the county coroner’s office between now and the next hearing if you want to mitigate any punishment.

The judge explained the controversial blonde – who was in court after allegedly omitted some of her probation requirements, which were issued as part of her sentence for stealing a necklace and in January 2500 – was “impossible” for serve her community service in the Women’s Center downtown.

Lindsay – who served 35 days under house arrest earlier this year, instead of a jail sentence of 120 days for theft – had community service facilities completed last week when he said he had not met all required changes, and then was reassigned to the Red Cross.

Judge Sautner explained: “Ms. Lohan was deliberate actions it impossible to complete her community service in the Downtown Women’s Center … no doubt find that the reason for revoking parole.”

Lindsay said “flew” the 360 ??hours of community service that was supposed to complete the facilities for women, where she lost nine citations.

The judge said: “I thought it might be of value to the Women’s Center downtown, but not, obviously, you have to do 56 to 60 days [community service] with six months he’s gone ..

“How many violations have been? Probation is a gift, not a right.”

But Sautner explained that there are no recent work by Lindsay in Red Cross service to the community because it should be “immediately enrolled” in the morgue of the County of Los Angeles.

The judge – who also questioned Lindsay attended weekly therapy sessions – has been ordered to spend two days a week of 120 hours of community service at the morgue if he makes bail.

Sautner said overcrowding and new laws mean a prison sentence of 18 months is unlikely.

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