Judge revokes Lindsay Lohan's probation

(AP) - Lindsay Lohan sported a new accessoryWednesday after a judge revoked her probation: Handcuffs. The actress was taken into custody after Superior Court JudgeStephanie

LOS ANGELES - (AP) - Lindsay Lohan sported a new accessoryWednesday after a judge revoked her probation: Handcuffs. The actress was taken into custody after Superior Court JudgeStephanie Sautner revoked her probation because she was ousted froma community service assignment at a women's shelter. "There has been violation after violation," Sautner said. Bail was set at $100,000. Lohan's spokesman Steve Honig said itwas immediately posted and the actress was later released fromAirport Courthouse. "We're dealing with someone on probation," said Lohan'sattorney, Shawn Holley. "Most people on probation don't always dothings perfectly." A city prosecutor recommended jail time, but Sautner set a Nov.2 hearing to decide whether Lohan should serve another stint behindbars, where she has been sent four previous times only to bereleased early due to jail overcrowding. "If jail meant something in the state of California now, maybeI'd put her in jail," Sautner said. The development marked the latest legal problem for the25-year-old Lohan, who was given probation for a 2007 drunkendriving case and a misdemeanor theft case this year. "Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on Nov. 2 andthe court will reinstate probation and allow her to continuefulfilling her community service," Honig said. Lohan had been ordered in April to serve 360 hours at theDowntown Women's Center, an agency that helps homeless women. Nineof Lohan's appointments at the center were "just blown off" andshe "showed up once and left after an hour," Sautner said.

Lohan released from house arrest after 35 daysJudge: Lohan didn't violate probation with parties

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