For the first time in more than seven turbulent years, Lindsay Lohan is off probation.
The actress completed her community service this week for a reckless-driving conviction from a 2012 car crash, closing the book on a series of California criminal cases that had derailed a promising career.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ended Lohan’s probation Thursday after determining that she had completed more than 125 hours of court-ordered community service at several New York nonprofits.
“She plans to return to acting and she is in great spirits,” her attorney Shawn Holley wrote in an email. Lohan did not attend the hearing.
“Clean slate. Fresh start,” the actress, 28, said in a message posted Thursday on Twitter. Lohan also acknowledged the milestone in an Instagram post, saying, “Hard work pays off. Thank you to all those that allowed me to volunteer while in nyc. God bless you all. Amen.”