LA judge ends Lindsay Lohan's probation in driving case

May 28, 2015 12:14 PM by News Staff

LOS ANGELES (AP) - A judge says Lindsay Lohan has completed her sentence in a reckless driving case and closed the last of a series of Los Angeles criminal cases that have dogged the actress for years.

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ended Lohan's probation Thursday after reviewing community service logs and determining the actress had completed her sentence.

Lohan has been on some form of probation since 2007, when she pleaded no contest to driving under the influence and drug charges. She was later charged with stealing a necklace and reckless driving after crashing her Porsche while on the way to a movie set.

The cases have damaged Lohan's career, who shot to stardom after appearing in the Disney films "Freaky Friday" and "The Parent Trap." Her attempts to revive her film career have stalled.

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