Lindsay Lohan Is Headed Back to Community Service

Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan has to do more community service after a judge deemed some previously completed hours "unacceptable" David M. Benett/Getty Images for Naked Heart Foundation

Lindsay Lohan is going back to community service.

Wednesday morning, a Los Angeles judge threw out more than half of the hours the actress had reported completing, calling them "unacceptable," according to the Los Angeles Times. Lohan will have to do another 125 hours of community service to complete her probation following a 2012 reckless-driving charge.

The prosecutor in Lohan's case was furious that Lohan had registered time-served for performing onstage in a London production of Speed-the-Plow. Judge Mark Young agreed and invalidated most of the community service Lohan had reported. Santa Monica Deputy City Attorney Terry White previously threatened to seek jail time for Lohan.

Lohan's attorney, Shawn Holley said the actress would cooperate.

"She's enjoying doing community service," Holley told the Times. "Her passion is really working with kids … and kids really respond to her."

So keep your eyes peeled. That lady with the auburn locks tucked up under a baseball cap, picking up trash on the side of the road; the svelte figure volunteering at the shelter; the young woman cleaning grafitti off the side of a bus: that could be Herbie's best friend herself, Lindsay Lohan.

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