LiLo Skips Community Service Again?

Doesn't show up at morgue on time as ordered by judge
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 20, 2011 1:08 PM CDT
Lindsay Lohan Skips Community Service Again? Shows up Late to Morgue
In this booking photo provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Actress Lindsay Lohan is shown after she was taken into custody, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2011.   (AP Photo/Los Angeles County Sherrif's Department)

(Newser) – Apparently being led out of court in handcuffs and thrown back, albeit briefly, in jail was still not enough to teach Lindsay Lohan how to actually show up for her court-ordered community service. Lohan, who was ordered by the judge yesterday to perform community service at the county morgue until her next hearing, was a no-show at the morgue this morning. Her lawyer had said Lohan would start today.

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The actress, who was already in trouble for violating her probation, was required to arrive at the coroner’s office by 7am for each eight-hour shift and, according to the LA Times, was ordered to work 16 hours per week until the hearing. As of 9am today she was still not there. However

  • TMZ reports Lohan’s actual start time was 8am and that she arrived by 8:40 because she didn’t know the correct entrance, but notes that she was in fact turned away at that time. The gossip site also reports that she must complete 16 hours total, not 16 hours per week as the Times says.
  • Radar reports that she was only 20 minutes late, and cites a statement from her rep claiming that “everything is all cleared up” now.
  • An official tells the New York Daily News she was actually “over 45 minutes late,” and that paper concurs with TMZ that Lohan must only complete 16 hours anytime before the Nov. 2 hearing.
That clears that up. Click for a tour of Lohan’s mugshots throughout the years. (Read more Lindsay Lohan stories.)

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