Lindsay Lohan’s probation was revoked Wednesday by a Los Angeles County Superior Court commissioner who ordered her to appear in court next month.
Lohan’s probation stems from a 2011 conviction on charges she stole a necklace, but as CNN reports, that probation was jeopardized last month when the city attorney in Santa Monica, California, filed four charges against her in connection with a car crash last summer.
Lohan has had a long history of legal troubles. She has also struggled with drugs and alcohol which has taken her to five rehabilitation facilities for a total of 250 days since January 2007.
On Wednesday night, Lindsay’s father Michael Lohan told HLN’s Dr. Drew, “My hands are in the air … I really don't know what to do anymore. I need help. I need people to get behind me and I hope the court gets behind me and does put her in rehab.”
He added, “I think that if she goes to jail -- being in jail myself -- it's a very traumatic thing. It will only make matters worse.”
At the end of the interview, he said that if Lindsay continues going on the way she has, "It's going to end up very tragically -- and I don't want to see my daughter in a casket like six of her friends are right now.”