Lindsay Lohan Ordered to Redo Community Service Hours
Lindsay Lohan is still not quite finished with her community service. According to E!, Judge Mark Young ordered the mean girls star to complete an additional 125 hours of community service during a court hearing in Santa Monica California.
According to Terry White who is the city prosecutor, the judge didn’t believe Lohan when she insisted that she completed her full 125 hours of community service by receiving credit for time she spent in London in 2014. With judge not believing Lohan, Young had no choice but to deny Lindsay’s claim that that the 125 hours were completed.
Lohan was originally ordered to complete 240 hours of community service as part of a plea deal in 2013 after her 2012 case involving reckless driving and lying to police.
Lohan had worked with a charity group called Community Service Volunteers (CSV) during her time spent in London and reportedly lobbied Esurance, which is an American auto insurance company to donate $10,000 to the organization.
A statement from CSV said that the actress had volunteered on the organization’s Positive Futures project, which works with teenagers in Hackney.
“She has built strong relationships with the young volunteers she has worked with on the scheme,” said CSV.
Even with the statement, prosecutors questioned some of Lohan’s UK charitable activities which included “meeting and greeting fans” while in London. Leaving the judge and prosecutors to challenge that the required hours had been met.
Another hearing has been set for March 12th at which time a new community service agency will be selected. Lohan will have until May 28 to complete the additional community service.