Los Angeles (AFP) - Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohans probation from her 2007 drink-driving case was extended by one year Friday because she missed mandatory alcohol education classes, a judge ruled. The 23-year-old starlet was ordered to appear for a progress report hearing by Beverly Hills Superior Court Judge Marsha N. Revel, even though appearances are not normally required for a misdemeanor case. The hearing arose after officials at the alcohol education program Lohan was required to complete as part of her sentence contacted the court saying she had missed classes in possible violation of her probation. Lohans lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, said her client had been in Texas working on a movie for about three weeks. The judge accepted the explanation but added a year to Lohans probation so she could make up the classes. Revel also chided Lohan, saying she must notify the court before leaving the jurisdiction again. Lohan was arrested for driving under the influence in May 2007. After a stay in rehab, she was caught two months later for drunk driving and cocaine possession. The arrests led to her serving a mere 84 minutes in jail. She was also sentenced to 10 hours of community service and three years of probation. The queen of Hollywood nights and a favorite target of the paparazzi, the former Disney child star was once considered one of the most promising actresses of her generation. But her career has also dipped many times since 2005 amid legal woes, stops in rehab and cinematic flops. In 2008, the star of The Parent Trap, Mean Girls and Bobby received two Razzie Awards, the satirical prizes presented to Hollywoods worst actors.