Coroner rubbishes LiLo's 'handling Whitney Houston's dead body' claims
Lindsay Lohan's claims that she had "rolled a body bag for Whitney Houston" have been trashed by the coroner.
London: Lindsay Lohan's claims that she had "rolled a body bag for Whitney Houston" have been trashed by the coroner.
During a recent interview, the 'Mean Girls' actress had claimed that she had to work at the morgue in LA and "roll a body bag for Whitney Houston" as part of community service, but the coroner has denied her claims and revealed that no one from the community service programme came into contact with the deceased star's body, reportedly.
Lohan had said that a lot of other people were meant to do it but they passed it on to her, however, according to TMZ, the coroner's office said that Houston's body was never in a bag.
According to reports, an autopsy was performed on the 'Miracle' singer's body after she died on February 11 in 2012 and her body was gone the following morning, which makes the 'Just My Luck' star's claims false.
Lohan was ordered by a judge to work 12 hours shifts at the morgue for a total of 120 hours for violating her probation for a drink driving charge, and she completed the court order from October 2011 to March 2012.