Los Angeles (CNN) - Actress Lindsay Lohan, facing a new felony grand theft charge, will remain free on bond after a Los Angeles judge Wednesday revoked her probation in a previous case.
Lohan faces a February 23 hearing on the alleged probation violation before Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz, who could send her back to jail.
The actress pleaded not guilty to the theft of a necklace allegedly taken from a California jewelry store last month.
Schwartz revoked Lohan's probation in a 2007 drunken driving case. He issued a $20,000 bond for the theft charge and an additional $20,000 bond in the probation revocation.
At her arraignment, Schwartz warned Lohan that she could be put back in jail if she violates the law.
"Please don't push your luck, I am telling you, the judge said. "Things will be different."
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