Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to undergo another 125 hours of community service after a Los Angeles judge rejected more than half of the work she allegedly completed during her stay in London.
Prosecutors questioned the legitimacy of the Mean Girls actress’ tasks after she rushed to clock up 240 hours of volunteer work by January as part of her sentence relating to a 2012 reckless driving case.
She claimed to have worked with Britain’s Community Service Volunteers (CSV) organization while she was living in London and starring in a West End play, but prosecutor Terry White discovered her log included hours for meet-and-greet sessions with fans and time during which she allowed youngsters to shadow her while at the theater.
White outlined his findings in a hearing in the judge’s private chambers on Wednesday, when the court official sided with authorities, calling Lohan’s work “unacceptable”.
Prosecutors had reportedly been pushing for the judge to revoke Lohan’s probation, but he simply demanded she re-do a chunk of the community service, according to TMZ.com.
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