Lindsay Lohan could be sentenced to over a year in prison on Wednesday (19th October 2011), if Judge Stephanie Sautner deems she has violated her probation. The possible outcome is complicated given Lindsay's string of cases, although it is thought she could face a maximum of a year-and-a-half behind bars, according to
The violation concerns Lohan's 120 day suspended sentence for shoplifting as well as her previous Dui's. The actress is now required to attend court on Wednesday when a decision will be made on her nine community service no-shows at the Downtown Women's Centre in Los Angeles. Judge Sautner will almost certainly want to hear why Lindsay hasn't complied with the order to spend 4 hours at a time at the centre. A report last week claimed the actress would spend an hour at the facility before leaving, or simply not show up at all. The judge will also seek to ascertain the reason for Lindsay's failure to meet with her psychotherapist every Monday for one hour, as required by the court order. The actress claims to have completed the sessions by phone.
A prison sentence would almost certainly end the actress' chance of landing a role in Barry Levinson's forthcoming crime-drama 'Gotti: In the Shadow of My Father' - Lohan has been tipped to play Kim Gotti. The film, currently in pre-production, is scheduled to hit cinemas in late 2012.