It turned out not to be a Good Friday for Lindsay Lohan!
Judge Stephanie Sautner ruled that the actress was in violation of her probation and would receive 120 days in jail, Us Weekly confirmed.
Lohan, 24, was was only charged with a misdemeanor for her alleged necklace theft in January; she turned down previous plea deal bargain offers prior to Friday's trial and faced the possibility of felony charges. She will be tried for the misdemeanor on June 3 and a pre-trial date has been set for May 11.
However, Judge Sautner ruled the incident was a violation of the probation terms set forth after Lohan's 2007 DUI arrest. In addition to her 120 day jail sentence, she will be required to perform 360 hours of community service.
Lohan's lawyer, Shawn Holley, immediately filed a notice of appeal. The actress' bail was set at $75,000.
As reported by USA Today, Lohan's bail was posted and she was released from the Lynwood Correctional Facility Friday night. It's unclear whether Lohan's legal woes will have an affect on her role in Gotti: Three Generations which was announced Wednesday.