Lindsay Lohan pleaded "no contest" to misdemeanor theft today through her attorney Shawn Holley and avoided jail, but received house arrest instead.
Judge Stephanie Sautner said she believes Lindsay's problem isn't substance abuse, but self-medicating to relieve deeper problems, TMZ reports.
Lindsay will not have to undergo substance-abuse counseling or get additional time for the theft. Instead, she will be required to serve 120 days for her probation violation at home with an electronic monitoring device.
According to TMZ, the 120 days will be more likely be cut down to 14 days. But still, for all of 14 days Lindsay won't be allowed to leave her home, even for community service during that time.
Sautner also said Lindsay is to stay at least 100 feet away from Kamofie & Company adding, "and that means don't send flowers anymore."
In addition, Lindsay has to complete psychological counseling and a shoplifter's alternative class.
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After she does 480 hours of community service, Lindsay's probation will terminate.
And then, hopefully, that will be the end of it!