Well, she did it! Lindsay Lohan managed to complete 115 hours of community service: the number of hours she needed to make today’s deadline. She’s probably worked harder than she’s ever worked in her life (eight hours a day, every day, for three weeks), but she pulled through.
Lindsay Lohan is making it clear that she is doing what she can to complete her community service hours by her deadline, which is May 28th. She did some hours at the TLC Women’s Shelter and posted this pic yesterday.
Even Lindsay Lohan appears ready to face up to this reality: it’s unlikely she’s going to complete her 125 hours of community service by her May 28th deadline. People close to her say she has a “contingency plan” in place, and that plan does NOT include going to jail.
Lindsay Lohan is back in the States, in Brooklyn, and has started doing her community service hours. She shared the picture above on Instagram. She arrived a couple of hours after she was expected, which means she got there about 90 minutes after the kids arrived, but she did get there.
The Lindsay Lohan community service drama continues. Her lawyer requested that she be allowed to complete the rest of her community service (the remaining 115 hours) in Brooklyn rather than London. The judge permitted that. So what’s her plan and what’s going wrong?