Lindsay Lohan Meets Requirements Ahead of Court Hearing

Lindsay Lohan.

Lindsay Lohan's due back in court this morning for what could be her first positive hearing in recent memory.

"She has met all the requirements," Lohan's rep Steve Honig told, referring to the community service and therapy sessions Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Saunter sentenced the actress to last month. "She's keeping up with her requirements, she's been very motivated and extremely diligent about it."

Honig said that Lohan will complete her community service requirements "within a few months," adding that she may finish her hours ahead of Saunter's March 29, 2012 deadline. At Lohan's November probation violation hearing, Saunter ordered her to do a minimum of 12 days of community service per month at the L.A. County Morgue and attend a minimum of four psychotherapy sessions per month.

If she does that and does not violate the law in any other way, come March 29, she'll be able to put her probations from her 2007 DUI and her 2011 shoplifting case behind her.

Since her last appearance in court, Lohan's been living large. She re-shot a nude centerfold and cover for Playboy magazine that comes out on Friday, though the entire pictorial leaked online last week. She spent a couple hours in jail in connection with her probation violation. And she went on vacation to Hawaii where her purse went missing, was relieved of $10,000, and then returned to her, passport and probation documents intact.

Lohan's plans hit a snag Tuesday night when she missed her flight from Hawaii to California. But shortly before 9 a.m. PT, her rep confirmed, "she is back."

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