The 25-year-old's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, told a judge that Lohan hasn't been able to maintain UCLA psycholoicgical treatment due to "financial issues." Judge Stephanie Sautner was unsympathetic, saying that "she's got to find someone to help her out." The judge gave Lohan 21 days to show proof that she's enrolled in counseling.
Lohan also argued that she can't attend more affordable group counseling sessions because paparazzi would disrupt the session. However, she indicated to the court that she would find a way to make counseling work.
Lohan was in court for a stand progress report and was acknowledged to be in good standing.
At the hearing, Lohan was also warned that she must complete all her community service by year's end. She recently completed 35 days of house arrest after pleading no contest to a theft misdemeanor.
Lohan will be on probation for the next three years and is due back in court in October.