A judge on Thursday ended Lindsay Lohan's
formal probation stemming from a 2007 drunk driving case, bringing to
a close most of the legal woes that have dogged the troubled actress
in recent years, celebrity website TMZ reported.
"She has done everything that this court has asked of her," said Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner, a day after Lohan, 25, completed her last stint of court-ordered community service at the Los Angeles County morgue. "Probation terminates today. Now."
Sautner closed Lohan's 2007 case but left in place until 2014 an informal probation period imposed on Lohan last year for shoplifting a piece of jewelry.
The informal probation means that Lohan must obey all laws or she could be sent to jail.
"Live your life a more mature way. Stop the night-clubbing," Sautner said. "You don't need to come to court anymore. The DUI case is over, the necklace case is hanging over your head until May 2014. I don't expect to see you again."
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