Actress Lindsay Lohan arrives for a progress report hearing at Airport Branch Courthouse in Los Angeles October 19, 2011. The actress is due back in court on Nov. 2. (REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Lindsay Lohan was handcuffed and escorted out of Judge Stephanie Sautner's Los Angeles County Court on Wednesday, moments after the actress was told her probation had been revoked, TMZ reports.

With a sea of paparazzi gathered outside the courtroom, the Mean Girls star arrived in style - wearing a white Fendi dress, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and a gold Chanel purse.

According to TMZ, the judge questioned why Lohan had to leave town for work, missing several community service appointments.

She's supposed to be an actress, from what I hear, Sautner said in court.

Lohan was in court for a probation violation related to her community service work at the Downtown Women's Center in L.A.

The 25-year-old had missed nine scheduled visits, and when she did show up, she worked for one hour instead of the four hours as requested by the judge. Lohan was later reassigned to volunteer at the American Red Cross.

However, earlier on Wednesday, it was reported that Lohan was relieved of her duties at the Red Cross and once again reassigned, this time to the L.A. County Morgue, according to TMZ.

In court, Sautner told Lohan she had plenty of time to complete her service at the morgue - a total of 16 hours - before her next court hearing.

Lohan was sentenced to 480 hours of community service in April, after she pleaded no contest to stealing a necklace from a jewelry store.

According to Reuters, Sautner called her previous probation for Lohan a gift.

There's something called looking a gift horse in the mouth, the judge added in court on Wednesday.

Despite being hounded by paparazzi over her community service appearances and her recent teeth decay fiasco, Lohan has been speaking up for herself - via Twitter.

I just want it to be known, that just because I was not followed&photographed during the times I've gone to community service, does NOT mean that I wasn't following my obligations (by going) to the court, she wrote on Tuesday.

One highlight from Wednesday's hearing was when Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman Holley asked if the actress could remain in a holding area instead of getting handcuffed.

Sautner had other plans.

It's up to the sheriffs; I don't tell sheriffs where to put people. I'll see everybody back here . . . people, have your ducks lined up, Sautner said, as Lohan let out a sigh before storming out of the courtroom in handcuffs.

Sautner set Lohan's bail at $100,000.

The actress, who could still face up to 18 months in jail, is due back in court Nov. 2.

Scroll down for a video of Lindsay Lohan getting handcuffed, courtesy of TMZ.