Lohan Will Go Back to Jail

David McNew / AP

Actress Lindsay Lohan talks to her attorney Shawn Chapman Holley during a probation revocation hearing in Beverly Hills, Calif., Tuesday, July 6, 2010. (AP Photo/David McNew, Pool)

Lindsay Lohan showed up 10 minutes early to her court hearing today, but that didn’t save her from jail. The actress agreed to serve 30 days in a county jail for a probation violation. A judge revoked her probation two weeks ago after she failed to show up to a court-ordered community-service program and was fired. Due to prison overcrowding, Lohan will serve only a fraction of her sentence—likely only six days. After her sentence, she will return to her current community-service program at the L.A. morgue. The judge says no other service programs will have her.