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Lindsay Lohan's father enters plea deal in Tampa

Michael Lohan is shown following his arrest, Tuesday Oct. 25, 2011 in Tampa, Fla. AP/Tampa Police Department

(CBS/AP) TAMPA, Fla. - Lindsay Lohan's estranged father pleaded no contest in Florida on Wednesday to charges stemming from his domestic violence case.

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The agreement reached Wednesday between Michael Lohan and Hillsborough County prosecutors says the 51-year-old will spend four months of his one-year probation at a residential program in Fort Myers. After that, he must complete a domestic violence batterer's intervention program.

The agreement bans him from having any contact with Kate Major, his sometime-girlfriend.

The elder Lohan was first arrested in Tampa on Oct. 25. A judge warned him not to make any contact with Major. But two days later, he was accused of violating the terms of his release by making a harassing phone call to her just hours after being released from jail.

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