Lindsay Lohan has cleared another hurdle in becoming a completely free woman.
The "Mean Girls" star appeared in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday for her latest probation hearing, and Lohan's probation officer gave her a glowing review in the actress' latest probation report.
Read the full report here.
According to Lohan's probation officer, Lohan has been logging in her community service hours at the Los Angeles County Coroner's Department, and her attendance at her court-appointed therapy sessions "has been excellent."
That's a marked improvement from last November when, during a hearing on her probation violation, the prosecuting attorney told the court that Lohan had canceled 14 of her 19 scheduled therapy sessions.
The actress last reported to her P.O. on Jan. 11.
TMZ reports that the 25-year-old starlet — who's in contention to play Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming Lifetime biopic — also garnered raves from Judge Stephanie Sautner based on the report. "Keep doing what you're doing," TMZ reported Sautner telling Lohan."You appear to be doing very well."
Lohan is due back in court next month for another status hearing. Should she continue to fulfill the conditions of her probation, the remainder of her sentence will be tossed out on March 29.
Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.