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“Mean Girls” star reportedly work eight hours a day for almost two weeks to complete the task
Lindsay Lohan has finally completed her 125 hours of community service, but in the very nick of time.
Earlier in May, court has ordered 28-year old Lindsay Lohan to complete her remaining 115 hours till the end of the month and the deadline turned out to be Thursday 28.
Lindsay reportedly spent eight hours a day for more than two weeks to fulfill the requirement ahead of the cutoff date and completed the task on Wednesday.
Lindsay Lohan was originally sentenced to 18 month psychological counseling, 90 days rehabilitation and 30 days of community labor over reckless driving, providing false information to the police and crashing the car in Santa Monica, California in 2012. Later, she was ordered to complete 240 hours of community service for unsatisfactory fulfillment of initial sentences. In February 2015, a California judge extended her probation for another three months and agreed to give her more time to complete her remaining 125 hours buy Lohan was also warned that “there is always of possibility of jail time.” Till /4/7, she only able to complete 10 hours which meant only 16 days were left to finish the rest of 115 hours.
“It does appear that Ms. Lohan has completed her community service hours and at this point I am not anticipating any sort of challenge to the hours.” Santa Monica City attorney Terry White told New York Daily News on Wednesday.
Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Holley will appear in front of the judge on Thursday with the proofs of community service. If community service is done in satisfactory manner and is accepted by the judge, her probation will end on the same day.
If it happens, it will be the first time in almost 7 years when Lindsay Lohan will be off the probation.
Hard work pays off. Thank you to all those that allowed me to volunteer while in nyc. God bless you… https://t.co/tQtHIf9vzn— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) /4/27, 2015
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