LiLo marked as ‘no show’ on day 1 of morgue community service
Washington: Lindsay Lohan is said to have turned up late at the morgue for her community service, only a day after her probation had been revoked on having posted a 100,000 dollars bail.
The 25-year-old actress’ lawyer compelled her to do community service at the LA Country Morgue under terms of her bail, and her lawyer said that the ‘freaky Friday’ star would indeed perform that community service as instructed – two days a week, eight hours a day, Fox News reported.
According to a representative for the coroner’s office, Lohan’s assistant called the morgue 20 minutes before the her scheduled 8 a.m. start, saying that the actress was in the car and on the way.
At 20 minutes after 8 a.m., Lohan was still nowhere to be found and finally at 40 minutes after 8, she showed up, but was turned away, marked as a no show, and told to try again the next day.
The matter doesn’t seem to have ended for the troubled actress, as the coroner’s office also said that they would be contacting Lohan’s probation officer about her no-show, who will then inform the judge.