LiLo in 'homestretch' to freedom, judge says

   Feb 23, 2:13 pm

London, Feb 23 (ANI): Lindsay Lohan has been praised by the judge for getting her life back on track by completing her court-mandated community service and psychotherapy sessions for the third time in a row.

The 25-year-old actress meant business as she showed up to the legal hearing in a super-tight mint frock and sunglasses, whipping them off inside to reveal long flicks of eyeliner and lashes of mascara.

"You're in the home stretch!" the Mirror quoted Judge Stephanie Sautner as saying.

"Your probation officer is pleased. You seem to be getting your life back on track, and that's what we all hoped for," she said.

It was the troubled star's penultimate progress report, with her final hearing on March 29, and if Lohan completes her final 14 days of community service at the county morgue and five more psychotherapy sessions, her 2007 DUI charges will be removed, but her necklace theft charge will remain.

"The Beverly Hills case will go bye-bye, but for the theft you'll still be on probation.

"Informal, non-reporting probation. Just obey all laws, stay out of trouble and move on with your life," the judge told her. (ANI)

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