A Los Angeles County judge revoked probation for Lindsay Lohan on Wednesday after reprimanding the actress and her attorney in court for Lohan's failure to comply with her community service.
Lohan was removed from the courtroom in handcuffs. She later posted the $100,000 bail and could be freed by 2 p.m. Wednesday (5 p.m. ET) once the processing is completed, said her attorney, Shawn Holley.
Judge Stephanie Sautner said earlier Wednesday that if Lohan made bail, the actress must perform 16 hours of community service a week -- over a minimum of two days a week -- at the Los Angeles County morgue before her probation violation hearing on November 2.
The judge expressed anger at Lohan's repeated probation violations the past several months.
Lohan was supposed to be performing community service at a downtown Los Angeles women's center, but the judge said that Lohan posted nine excused absences at the center since her last court hearing on July 21 -- and performed, at most, only two hours of service.
Lohan's attempt to perform community service at a nearby American Red Cross facility were voided Wednesday because the judge said she didn't authorize that change.
"I am revoking her probation," the judge said. "And I'm also setting bail at $100,000."
In back-and-forth arguments with defense attorney Holley before making the ruling, the judge read aloud in court a statement that Lohan made regarding her unsuccessful community service at a downtown Los Angeles women's center: "She said she wasn't interacting with anyone so it wasn't fulfilling."
The judge harshly reprimanded Lohan.
"Is that what it's supposed to be about -- fulfilling? Or is it supposed to be punitive," the judge told Lohan's attorney, standing beside the actress, who was seated at the defense table.
"Her probation would have been done last year if she had done what she was supposed to do," the judge said. "There has been violation after violation. You have been doing this a long time. I have been doing this a long time.... Probation is a gift. It's not a right."
"We all can't be fulfilled by what we do," the judge added.
Her attorney responded: "She understands that."
"There is this rallying cry for more punishment and more jail," her attorney said.
The judge said, "I don't care about rallying cries."
"You haven't shown me before July 21 (which was Lohan's last court appearance) ... and September 9, how many hours she has done at the downtown women's center. I'm thinking maybe two -- with nine absences," the judge said. "It says she blew them off and left after an hour or an hour and half."