Lindsay Lohan
The troubled actress finished her court ordered community service on Wednesday and had the final hearing of her probation on Thursday, finally ending her legal problems which stem back to a driving under the influence (D.U.I) conviction in 2007.

When asked about the end of her troubles by, she said: "Yes, I'm very excited, I'm gong to have dinner with my sister to celebrate."

She was then asked if  will be the last time she ever appears in front of a judge, she replied: "Yes."
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Lindsay was then asked if she would miss her lawyer, Shawn Holley, who - as long as she stays out of trouble - she will see for the last time at today's hearing.

She replied: "She's still a good person in my life, She's been there for me."

While Lindsay's probation may be coming to a close, she still stands accused of a hit-and-run by club manager Thaer Kamal, who says she knocked into him with her Porsche and left the scene the scene earlier this month.

Mr. Kamal is said to be demanding at least $100,000 in compensation from the 'Machete' star, but so far the incident is under investigation by police, and no charges have been filed against Lindsay, nor has she been  arrested.