Lindsay Lohan may be keeping herself busy in London, but her past is running after her. A judge has extended the actress’ probation for another three months to allow her to complete the extra 125 hours of community service stemming from a 2012 reckless driving case.
The actress was slapped with an additional 125 hours of community service on Wednesday, February 25.
Judge Mark Young extended Lohan’s probation for another three months so she had time to complete the extra hours of community service. Her lawyer Shawn Holley told Los Angeles Times that the court and prosecutors “had a problem with some of the work shadowing. They didn’t want to hear more about how that played out.”
Shawn added that Linday Lohan “doesn’t have a problem” with extra community service hours, adding: “She’s enjoying doing community service. Her passion is really working with kids … and kids really respond to her.”
A proceeding is scheduled for March 12 to decide how LiLo can complete the community service in an acceptable way.
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