Lindsay Lohan Going Back to Jail Until Oct. 22

Celebrity News Sep. 24, 2010 AT 12:17PM
Lindsay Lohan Going Back to Jail Until Oct. 22 Credit: Splash News Online

A week after admitting she failed at least one random drug test, Lindsay Lohan is headed back to jail.

On Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden S. Fox revoked her probation and ordered the actress, 24, to jail until her probation violation hearing, set for Oct. 22.

Her attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, looked shocked and asked the judge if she could be heard on bail. The judge said, "Nope."

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Stunned, the actress remained silent as she was cuffed.

Upset, attorney Holley told UsMagazine.com,"I think case law is clear that she is entitled to bail. That is all."

She declined to comment when asked if she would file an appeal.

Accompanied by her mother Dina, Lindsay showed up 10 minutes early for her hearing, wearing a black blazer and shades. Her estranged father, Michael, arrived separately to support her. (Reporters buzzed that he punched a bathroom door after his daughter was sent back to jail.)

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On Sept. 18, the former child star apologized for abusing drugs again (she reportedly tested positive for cocaine as well as amphetamines). "This was certainly a setback for me, but I am taking responsibility for my actions and I'm prepared to face the consequences," wrote the star, who faces a 30-day jail penalty for each failed test.

The new Us Weekly reports she giggled and drank while writing the statement.

Says a source, "She can't be trusted at all. Honestly, post-jail, post-rehab, she's the same Lindsay."

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The actress was released from rehab Aug. 24 after serving nearly two weeks in jail in her three-year-old DUI case.

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