Judge: Lindsay Lohan Must Make DUI Program Her Priority
Lindsay Lohan may have been "in compliance" with the terms of her DUI probation, but a judge ordered the star to step up her alcohol education program classes, Usmagazine.com confirms.
I am going to order [that] this has to be done. It’s been long enough," Judge Marsha Revel said at L.A. Superior Court in Beverly Hills on Tuesday.
Lohan, 23, who did not appear in court, must now start "attending every single week" in order to fulfill the more than six months of program time necessary by Revel's deadline of July 15, 2010.
"This has to be a top priority whether she has a job somewhere else or doesn't or something else comes up," Revel said. "This has to be done once a week."
The judge reiterated that Lohan's other projects should not take precedence over her alcohol education program.
"Right now, the other things will take second place and this will take first place," Revel said. (The next hearing date to assess Lohan's progress has been scheduled for Feb. 18.)
Lohan most recently spent a week in India, making a documentary on the human trafficking of women and children with BBC.