Lindsay Lohan
Actress Lindsay Lohan arrives in court for a compliance check to report her progress on 480 hours of community service she must do for shoplifting a necklace from a Venice jeweler, in Los Angeles, California July 21, 2011. Reuters

Lindsay Lohan who has been on probation since her last house arrest in June, was reminded on Thursday by a Los Angeles Court that she has 21 days to find a therapist or her probation would be revoked.

Lohan's attorney Shawn Chapman told the judge that the actress could not afford court-ordered psychological treatment as she was having financial issues, People magazine reported.

Judge Stephanie Sautner said she if she could not afford it she would need to get someone to help her out in 21 days. The judge also warned that she must complete her remaining hours of community service by the years end. Lohan said she would figure it out.

Here is a look back at Lohan's previous court hearings: