Looks like Lindsay Lohan's luck just ran out.
A ticked-off Los Angeles judge has just revoked the trouble-magnet actress's probation after determining that she screwed up one time too many times by failing to perform her community service.
The shocked Lohan was immediately cuffed by a deputy and ordered held on $100,000 bail.
Lohan's attorney, Shawn Holley, informed the court that a bail bondsman was already on hand. Sure enough, soon after being escorted out of the courtroom, Lohan managed to post bail.
Lohan, 25, was told to return to court for a Nov. 2 grilling to determine whether she'll wind up with another trip to jail.
"Lindsay is hoping this matter will be resolved on Nov. 2 and the Court will reinstate probation and allow her to continue fulfilling her community service," Lohan's rep, Steve Honig, told E! News.
The drama all began this morning at 10:00 a.m. when Judge Stephanie Sautner made it clear that Lohan getting booted from her community service at the Downtown Women's Center violated the terms of her probation. The judge added that Lohan's reassignment to the Red Cross and the time she has spent working there will not count toward completing her community service.
"No one has the power to change my sentence," Sautner said. "Not the volunteer center and not probation. She is not getting credit for any time at the American Red Cross."
Holley then spoke about how well her client has been doing as a volunteer at the Red Cross and that she was completing her Shoplifters' Avoidance class. According to a probation report, Lohan was "very cooperative at all times during the 12-hour program. She exhibited a very positive attitude and was more than willing to complete each and every written assignment on a timely basis. We believe that she has acquired new skills to resist the impulse to take things that don't belong to her."
The probation report also stated that Lohan told the probation department that she "attends therapy every Tuesday."
However, when asked by the judge how many hours Lohan had completed of her community service at the Downtown Women's Center, Holley could not answer.
Holley argued that Lohan has a year to complete her probation. She revealed that Lohan had already called the morgue (the other portion of her community service) and was told she could start tomorrow. Holley asked the judge to let Lohan do her 120 hours at the morgue and then her 380 hours at the Downtown Women's Center.
Sautner proceeded to read the probation report in disbelief.
"It says she is in compliance, but she has not done her sentence," Sautner said.
The judge then decided to revoke Lohan's probation.
(Originally published Oct. 19, 2011, at 10:55 a.m. PT)