Lindsay Lohan didn't exactly catch a break when her case was transferred this week to Judge Stephanie Sautner, a jurist who's been tough on her in the past.
Sautner is the judge who presided over the troubled star's jewelry theft case and supervised her while on probation, issuing a stern reminder at the end.
Sautner warned, "The only thing you have to do is follow all laws… Live your life in a more mature way, stop the nightclubbing and focus on your work, OK?"
"I don't expect to see you again. You know what you have to do."
Yeah. Not gonna be pretty when she shows up next week.
How Sautner is going feel, or how she'll respond from the bench, now that Lindsay Lohan has been charged with multiple misdemeanors remains to be seen.
Lindsay Lohan's probation violation hearing is set for January 30.
Stemming from her August car crash, she was charged in the incident for willfully resisting, obstruction, providing false information to an officer and reckless driving.
All of that triggered a violation of her probation, as well.
At the time of the accident, she was still on probation for her jewelry theft case. Due to the charges, the L.A. City Attorney moved to revoke her probation in December.
The 26-year-old faces eight months in jail for the probation violation alone, along with whatever else the new criminal charges might bring upon her.
She was also arrested for assault in New York last fall.
Good luck in court this winter, LiLo. You'll need it.
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