LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — A judge Wednesday ordered actress Lindsay Lohan to perform 125 more hours of community service as part of her probation from a 2012 crash on PCH.
Judge Mark A. Young extended Lohan’s probation to May 28 to allow her to complete the requirement after prosecutors objected to some of the work in which she received credit.
Lohan, 28, was originally ordered to perform 240 hours of community service.
She completed some of her hours at the Los Angeles County morgue and recently filed paperwork stating she completed her required hours at a London volunteer organization.
Santa Monica Chief Deputy City Attorney Terry White doubted that the troubled actress completed 80 hours in just nine days.
In January, White said among the activities Lohan received credit for was a meet-and-greet with fans of “Speed-the-Plow,” the play Lohan was starring in.
“She got to shake hands with people, and that’s community service,” White said. He also complained about Lohan receiving credit for hours in which young people were shadowing her. “I’d love to hang out with a celebrity all day and see their life, but that’s not community service.”
Another hearing was set for March 12 to determine what kind of community service will be deemed acceptable for the actress, her attorney, Shawn Holley, said.
The actress pleaded no contest in March 2013 to reckless driving and lying to police in connection with a June 8 collision in the 1100 block of Pacific Coast Highway involving a Porsche and a dump truck.
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