A judge has ordered actress Lindsay Lohan back to jail for violating the terms of her probation, MSNBC reports. Judge Stephanie Sautner gave Lohan a 30-day sentence and laid out strict terms for the actress to complete her community service in order to avoid a much longer stint in jail.
Sautner specified that the 30 days would not include house arrest but must be served in jail. However, the Sheriff’s Department indicated Lohan would probably serve 20% of that sentence, or 6 days, TMZ.com reported.
Lohan was to begin serving the jail time on Nov. 9. Fox News reported that the delay in starting her sentence would enable Lohan to finish a nude photo shoot with Playboy magazine before reporting to jail. As previously reported, Lohan is said to be getting paid close to $1 million for the spread.
Additionally, the judge ordered Lohan to complete her community service at the Los Angeles County Morgue, and to adhere to a rigid schedule of psychological counseling.
The orders stem from a 2007 drunken driving conviction and a case earlier this year involving the theft of a necklace.
The judge warned Lohan that if she fails to meet the new terms of her probation, a warrant will be issued for Lohan’s arrest and she will be required to serve an additional 270 days in jail.