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Lindsay Lohan to Meet Judge Again

  It seems as if judge simply missed Lindsay Lohan, as she is  ordered to appear in court for no particular reason. 

   Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel has ordered the "Mean Girls" star to appear in a Beverly Hills, Calif., courtroom Friday morning.

  The 23-year-old actress was placed on three years of probation in 2007 after she pleaded guilty to two counts of being under the influence of cocaine, and no contest to two counts of drunken driving and one count of reckless driving. She spent 84 minutes in jail.

Lindsay Lohan to Meet Judge Again
Lindsay Lohan to Meet Judge Again
  It is unclear why Lohan has been ordered to appear. The judge's order was made during a routine progress report hearing on Wednesday.

  Court records show that no warrant has been issued, and they do not reflect a probation violation has occurred.

    Lohan's probation has not been without incident. Since January, the actress has escaped further punishment twice after her substance abuse treatment program notified the court she had violated the rules.

  Both instances were described as misunderstandings, according to the Associated Press'  report.

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