Lindsay Lohan completes community service

Los Angeles: Troubled star Lindsay Lohan is believed to have completed her court-ordered community service ahead of schedule.

The 25-year-old actress, who was working at the Los Angeles County Morgue as part of her sentence for breaking her probation in relation to a 2007 DUI (driving under the influence) case, is also said to have finished the mandated psychotherapy requirements ahead of schedule, reported Los Angeles Times.

"Lindsay has already completed her community service and therapy requirements," a source said.

In addition to serving four-and-a-half hours of a 30-day sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California, last month, Lohan was ordered by Superior Court judge Stephanie Sautner to undergo psychotherapy sessions and serve 423 hours at the county morgue by March 29, 2012.

"We never comment on Lindsay`s community service progress. Suffice it to say she is being diligent and complying with all court-mandated requirements," her representative said.

The star was recently hailed as polite and hard-working by law-enforcement officials at morgue, who said that Lohan was keen to finish the required hours and then get a head start on the duties she needs to complete before her second status hearing.


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