Lindsay Lohan is finally back on track with her community service. After arriving 20 minutes late for duty at the Los Angeles County Morgue on Thursday, the actress arrived extra early for her appointment on Friday. Lohan walked in at 5:35 a.m. – an hour and twenty-five minutes before her morgue duty was scheduled to begin.
Coroner Assistant Chief Ed Winter later said Lohan was doing “fine.” “Ms. Lohan completed her orientation this morning and she's currently working, doing janitorial duties. She's doing fine,” he said.
In a hearing on Thursday, Los Angeles Judge Stephanie Saunter revoked Lohan’s probation because she missed too many community service appointments. Saunter then ordered the 25-year-old to complete two days of morgue duty per week until her next hearing on November 2. Read more about Lohan’s probation
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