London: Lindsay Lohan Is reportedly working hard at the morgue and has been ahead of schedule to avoid stiff penalty from the judge.
The ‘Mean Girls’ star was ordered by Judge Stephanie Sautner to complete at least 12 shifts at the Los Angeles County Morgue by December 14 as part of her community service.
According to TMZ.com, the 25-year-old actress is making a killing with her duties and has already done 10 days with another three weeks to spare.
Law enforcement sources told the site that the troubled star was way ahead of schedule and making good progress.
Lohan plans on doing the two remaining shifts before her deadline and then wants to get a head start on the hours she has to do before her second status hearing next month.
She seems to have a great reputation with her colleagues at the morgue who are impressed with how hard she is working.
She is claimed to be polite, hard-working and never complains about the duties asked of her.
If she completes all of her court-mandated hours in time then she will stay out of prison, but if she slips up then she stands to spend up to 300 days behind bars.
Lohan has 53 days of community service to finish, which has been set out in 12 days a month increments, the Daily Mail reported.
She will have to spend a total of 423 hours cleaning toilets, scrubbing floors and clearing up after autopsies at the morgue.
The actress also needs to undergo 18 psychotherapy sessions and appear monthly at court hearings between December 2011 and March 2012.