Lindsay Lohan is facing a possible jail term for counting meet-and-greets with fans as part of her community service work.
The actress raced to finish her 240-hour volunteering before a court deadline on Wednesday but officials have called into question the legitimacy of work she carried out in London.
It is alleged she volunteered 80 hours in just nine days, counted 18 hours of meet-and-greets with fans outside her London play as part her requirement, and also included 70 hours of being “shadowed” by young people on internships.
Prosecutor Terry White was given extra time to verify the work she carried out with London organization Community Service Volunteers (CSV), and he wants a judge to punish the actress for copping out of her community service requirements, according to TMZ.com.
White has accused Lohan of manipulating the system to reach her target hours and wants her sent to jail for not completing her community order legitimately.
Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Holley told a Los Angeles judge that CSV bosses had approved the volunteering tasks Lohan undertook in London.
A decision will be taken once White has investigated further with CSV bosses
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