Lindsay Lohan better shape up -- and quick!
The 25-year-old actress' probation was revoked by Los Angeles judge Stephanie Sautner Wednesday morning, Us Weekly confirms. Sautner dismissed Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman Holley's argument that the actress was slow to complete her community service because she had to leave town for work commitments.
"She's supposed to be an actress, from what I hear," Sautner said before reminding Lohan that "probation is a gift."
Though the probation department gave Lohan a stellar review, Sautner said they had no authority to send the actress to the Red Cross to complete her community service. As a result, Lohan will not receive credit for the time she served there.
Before Lohan was handcuffed and removed from the courtroom, Sautner said she must complete 16 hours at County Morgue before her November 2 hearing. Lohan was later released on $100,000 bond.
Prior to her Wednesday hearing, Lohan pleaded for the public's support via Twitter. "I just want it to be known, that just because I was not followed and photographed during the times I've gone to community service, that does not mean that I wasn't following my obligations (by going) to the court."
In June, Lohan was sentenced to complete 480 hours of community service, which required her to volunteer at a downtown Los Angeles women's shelter and clean the county morgue. She is expected to comply with the terms of her sentence by April 2012.