The L.A. County Probation Department has written a report for Lindsay Lohan's last court appearance Thursday, making it likely this will indeed be the last.
Her probation officer has recommend that Lindsay's probation NOT be violated based on the allegation that she committed hit-and-run earlier this month.
The report makes mention of the allegation by Thaer Kamal, the manager of the Hookah Lounge who claims Lindsay struck him and his car, and then fled.
LL's officer discounts the claim and gives the allegations zero credence, despite the fact that police are looking into it, saying no charges have been filed.
Hopefully, Lindsay's last trip to jail was in this SNL skit.
The probation report for the troubled actress reads in part, "The probationer (Lindsay) is in compliance with the terms and conditions of probation."
If she is in compliance Thursday, her probation in her DUI case will end, and she'll be downgraded to informal probation in the jewelry heist case.
In other words, she won't have to appear in court anymore. Well, unless she gets arrested for something wholly unrelated, that is. Not impossible.
Anyway, it appears that despite Kamal's claim that a surveillance video shows the hit-and-run, his bid to shake down Lohan will likely fall short.
Good. We're all for ridiculing Lohan for having no respect for the law and being a Grade A screw-up, but only if she deserves it. Extortion is bogus, man.