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Lindsay Lohan is Upstanding Citizen, Officially Completed Terms of Probation

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Well, it's finally happened: Lindsay Lohan has blossomed from hot Hollywood child star mess to law-abiding, community-service-completing adult. At a hearing this morning, TMZ reports that Judge Stephanie Sautner proclaimed the actress' probation requirements officially met.

Lohan was on probation stemming from a 2007 DUI and the theft of a necklace from a Venice jewelry store. She famously completed her community service at the morgue after getting booted form a downtown women's shelter.

Lohan is now on informal probation, which means that she has to adhere to the law for two and a half years. (It might not be a bad idea to keep adhering to the law after that.)