Lindsay Lohan Starts Community Service at the LA Morgue

Lindsay Lohan appears to be making a serious effort to get back on track before a scheduled probation revocation hearing early next month.

Scolded earlier this week by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge for shirking the community service to which the judge previously sentenced her at a women’s detention center and telling a probation officer it wasn’t “fulfilling,” the actress tried yesterday to start another community service stint to which she was sentenced at the Los Angeles morgue.

She was late and hence officials there didn’t let her work yesterday. However, she tried again today, arriving early in a blizzard of snapping photos, reports the L.A. Now page of the Los Angeles Times.

“She is not getting any special treatment,” Assistant Chief Ed Winter told the newspaper. “She’s going to be cleaning toilets, mopping floors and emptying the trash bins.”

Earlier coverage:

ABAJournal.com: “Lindsay Lohan Allegedly a No-Show for Coroner’s Office Community Service; Prosecutors Seek Jail Time”

ABAJournal.com: “Lindsay Lohan Leaves Court in Handcuffs After LA Judge Revokes Her Probation”

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