A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge on Monday outlined new bail conditions for Lindsay Lohan at a hearing, including a bracelet to detect alcohol, a ban on drinking and random weekly drug testing.
Lohan must also attend all of her alcohol classes as scheduled, unless the class interferes with her random drug tests, Judge Marsha Revel said.
Lohan's attorney said she is filming scenes for a movie in Texas, but Revel insisted, "It's going to be drug testing here," meaning in California. Lohan's attorney, after conferring with her client, said she would accept the conditions.
Prosecutor Danette Meyers asked for proof that Lohan had a ticket to fly back to the United States in time for last week's hearing. Defense attorney Shawn Chapman Holley said she has the proof and will show it to the court.
A formal probation violation hearing for Lohan was scheduled for July 6. Holley told Revel that Lohan missed her alcohol counseling session last week because her uncle died.
"Did she go to the funeral?" Revel asked. "She did not," Holley answered.