So remember when Lindsay Lohan's lawyer rushed in proof that she had completed her probation-mandated community service hours while in London? Yeah, about that. As it turns out, Lohan got a little, let's say, creative with what constitutes community service. According to TMZ, her community service included performing in the West End in "Speed-the-Plow," meeting fans afterward and letting kids follow her around. What a mensch.
"On one day Lindsay got six hours credit," prosecutor Terry White complains. "Two of the hours were for her matinee performance and another two were for her evening performance. The remaining two were for a meet-and-greet afterwards."
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And it turns out he wasn't just complaining for the sake of it. Lohan has officially been ordered to complete another 125 hours of community service. Well, hold on. "Another" implies she completed any at all already, so scratch that. And this time she doesn't get to pick her activities herself, which makes sense. A new court date has been set for March 12 to assign her some more appropriate programs.
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