Lindsay Lohan's luck just went from bad to worse.
E! News exclusively confirms that the Liz & Dick star's court case was just transferred to Judge Stephanie Sautner's courtroom. If you'll recall, Sautner is the judge who presided over Lohan's jewelry theft case and supervised her subsequent probation.
After Lohan entered a plea in the theft case, Sautner sentenced her to community service requirements, gave her one year to complete them all and had her come in periodically in person to show that she had been complying.
When Sautner and Lohan last saw each other at her probation status hearing in March 29, 2012, she ruled Lohan had successfully completed with all the terms of her supervised probation and converted her to summary probation. But at that final hearing, Sautner sternly told Lohan, "The only thing you have to do is follow all laws… Live your life in a more mature way, stop the nightclubbing and focus on your work, OK?"
"I don't expect to see you again," the judge added. "You know what you have to do."
Not sure how Sautner is going feel now that Lohan subsequently has been charged with multiple misdemeanors.
Lohan's probation violation hearing is set for Jan. 30 (and E! Online will be livestreaming). She's facing three misdemeanor counts involving a crash on Pacific Coast Highway in June. She was charged in the incident for willfully resisting, obstruction, providing false information to an officer and reckless driving. At the time of the accident, she was still on probation for her misdemeanor jewelry theft case. Due to the charges, the Los Angeles City Attorney moved to revoke her probation in December.
Her trial date is set for Feb. 27. We wish her all the best.