Lindsay Lohan made sure to not be late for her court ordered community service hours at the Los Angeles County Morgue this morning. In fact, she showed up early, greeted by helicopters, TV crews and paparazzi. After being 40 minutes tardy yesterday, Lindsay was turned away from the coroner's office.
On October 19th, Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked the actress's probation and took her into custody for failing to show up at her Red Cross community service duties nine times. The starlet was handcuffed and taken out of the courtroom, but she quickly posted her $100,000 bail. Lindsay's next court date is set for November 2nd, which could lead to her being sentenced to jail for a year and a half. In the meantime, she's required to put in a total of 120 cleanup hours at the morgue, serving two eight-hour shifts a week.
"She is not getting any special treatment," Los Angeles County Morgue Assistant Chief, Ed Winter said. "She's going to be cleaning toilets, mopping floors and emptying the trash bins."
Coincidentally (or not), according to TMZ, Lindsay's mother Dina Lohan has written a Lindsay Lohan tell-all biography, .