LOS ANGELES (AP) — It's back to court for Lindsay Lohan.
The troubled actress is due in a Los Angeles courtroom on Thursday so a judge can determine whether she violated the terms of her probation on a 2007 drunken driving case.
The district attorney's spokeswoman says her office hasn't yet received information on the potential violation by Lohan.
Sandi Gibbons says the issue relates to Lohan's DUI case and not a misdemeanor theft case the actress resolved with a no-contest plea in May.
The hearing comes as Lohan nears the end of what was expected to be a 35-day stint on house arrest for violating her probation by taking a necklace from a store without permission.
Lohan's spokesman, Steve Honig, declined to comment on what prompted the hearing.