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Actress Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in a residential jail program, followed by 90 days at an in-patient rehab facility, a formal probation period, and mandatory drug testing after a Beverly Hills judge found her guilty of violating her probation.
A tearful Lohan told Judge Marsha N. Revel that she was not taking the Right On probation program "as a joke," after the judge ruled she had violated her probation, which required weekly attendance at alcohol education classes.
"As far as I knew, I was being compliant with my program," she said. "When I would ask to leave town, they would give me permission to leave town. I wasn't expecting any special treatment, other than understanding that I have to provide for myself, and my schedule is very different."
However, Revel went through a laundry list of violations showing Lohan's several arrests and incidents involving driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, while her defense attorney told the court that Lohan was on track to finish her program.
Revel also ruled that she could only remove her SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring) bracelet upon her scheduled jail surrender on July 20 at 8:30 a.m. She has also been ordered not to drive any motor vehicle with any traces of alcohol in her blood. The legal maximum limit in California is .08% blood alcohol concentration to operate a vehicle.