Lindsay Lohan finally received her sentence from last summer's car crash.
The troubled Mean Girls star was sentenced to 90 days in a residential treatment program and 30 days of community labor on March 18, according to Us Weekly.
In addition, the actress received a mandatory five-day jail sentence, but that will be folded into her rehab sentence. She also must pay $270 in fees, along with a yet-to-be-determined restitution to the victim.
The sentence stems from charge of reckless driving and providing false information following a car accident in June 2012 when her Porsche rear-ended a truck. At the time, Linds had lied and claimed that her assistant was driving.
In handing down the decision, the judge warned Lindsay not to screw up again — although it seems like a lot of people have said that to Lindsay over the years.
"A suggestion: don't drive," the judge told Lindsay. "You're in New York. You don't need to drive."
"This is it," the judge continued. "You violate your probation, and we're not going to be having discussions about putting you back on probation in either case."
Lindsay — who appears in Scary Movie 5 next month — was 48 minutes late to the court hearing after she missed her flight from NYC to L.A. over the weekend.
Let's hope this is finally the wake-up call Lindsay needs. Who knows — maybe Lindsay will start taking the city bus to prevent further car troubles?
Source: Us Weekly