LOS ANGELES (CNN) - Lindsay Lohan was ordered to return to court Thursday so a judge could review her progress on her probation requirements.
During the hearing, Lohan's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holly, was reprimanded by Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner for showing up late to court.
"Ms. Holly, you're well aware when you come to court for a progress report that you have to go to the volunteer center first and have them verify the hours," Sautner said. "You've kept everyone waiting 15 to 20 minutes. Please - the next time you come to court - take care of all of that, so we are not all kept waiting."
Holly apologized, saying she did not realize that was the court's procedure.
Lohan was released from five weeks of home confinement late last month after pleading no contest to misdemeanor grand theft. A Southern California jewelry store said the actress stole a $2,500 necklace.
Since then, Lohan has been working on completing 480 hours of court-mandated community service at a woman's center in Los Angeles.
The Mean Girls star's supervised probation is scheduled to end within a year, as long as she stays out of trouble.
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