Judge 'likely to put Lohan behind bars'

Judge 'likely to put Lohan behind bars'

Lindsay Lohan could be back behind bars on Friday.

The troubled actress – who recently admitted to failing two court-ordered drug tests and has had a bench warrant issued for her arrest – will have her probation revoked on Friday by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Elden Foxbut but may have to spend 30 days in prison as she waits for a probation violation hearing to be held.

A source told website RadarOnline: "Lindsay could be remanded directly into custody on Friday, pending the probation violation hearing, and it's very likely that Judge Fox will do that. Lindsay was allowed to remain out on bail last time until her probation violation hearing, but Judge Fox probably won't give her that privilege because of her failed drug test, and this is her second probation violation hearing in less than three months.

"By remanding her directly to custody, Lindsay would stay behind bars until the probation violation hearing, she wouldn't allowed to get out early. The probation violation hearing could be set for the following week, or as much as 30 days from now. If it's set for 30 days from now, Lindsay will remain behind bars during that time if that is what Judge Fox decides."

The ‘Mean Girls’ star – who tested positive for having both cocaine and amphetamines in her system - recently spent time in jail and rehab for failing to comply with the terms of her probation for a 2007 driving under influence (DUI) conviction.

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