Actress Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to 90 days in jail by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Tuesday for failing to attend alcohol education classes as part of her plea bargain from two 2007 DUI arrests. Judge Marsha Revel gave Lohan 30 days for reckless driving and 30 days apiece for two DUI busts. On Dec. 15, Revel ordered Lohan to attend one class a week—no excuses—after the actress was lagging in attendance. Lohan went on to miss classes during seven separate weeks, as well as counseling and a court date in late May when she was at the Cannes Film Festival and allegedly lost her passport. Lohan burst into tears after hearing her sentence, but Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers told Revel that the only way to send a message to the actress was to put her behind bars.