Lindsay Lohan is continuing to impress a Los Angeles judge with her good behavior after staying on top of her community service requirements.
The Mean Girls star returned to court on Tuesday morning for another progress report hearing in relation to her recent conviction for a probation violation.
Lohan won top marks from Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner in December for completing part of her community service punishment ahead of the court-ordered deadline, and she has kept up the good work in recent weeks.
Her ongoing efforts won Lohan high praise from Judge Sautner on Tuesday after the court official received a glowing report from the star’s probation officer for her work at the Los Angeles County Morgue.
During the brief hearing, Judge Sautner gushed, “Keep doing what you’re doing. You appear to be doing very well.”
Lohan is next due in court on February 22, by which time she must have completed an additional 15 days of community service and another five therapy sessions.
The actress was told to complete 120 hours of community service and undergo counseling following a necklace theft conviction in early 2011, when she was already on probation for a 2007 DUI incident.
If she continues to impress Judge Sautner, Lohan’s probation will end in March.