Lindsay Lohan cheating on community service? Court will decide

Lindsay Lohan’s community service questioned
Actress Lindsay Lohan has had young people “shadow” her as a form of community service.
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Is Lindsay Lohan following the terms of her probation?

That was a question scheduled to be addressed at a court hearing Wednesday. But the hearing was postponed until Feb. 25 for the movie star known for her run-ins with the law.

Lohan’s Porsche rear-ended a truck on Pacific Coast Highway in 2012, but she denied she was driving. She entered a no-contest plea and agreed to enter rehab, spend 18 months in psychotherapy and serve 30 days of community service.

Santa Monica prosecutors have questioned whether Lohan is following the community service requirement of her probation.


Specifically, they questioned whether allowing young people to “shadow” her in London was a legitimate form of community service, City News Service reported.

Lohan’s attorney told reporters Wednesday she believed Lohan completed her community service but was open to further discussions with prosecutors.