Lohan due back in court after failed drug test
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(Source: Associated Press/AP Online)BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - Lindsay Lohan is due back in a Beverly Hills courtroom to face a judge for the first time since admitting she failed a drug test.

The "Mean Girls" star admitted on Twitter last week that she failed a drug screen, which could result in her returning to jail.

It will be Lohan's first appearance before Judge Elden S. Fox, who last month agreed to release the actress early from rehab after reviewing doctors' recommendations and medical records but laid out a strict treatment and monitoring program.

He said he would send her to jail for 30 days if she failed or missed a test, but the judge has discretion on her actual punishment.

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