Lindsay Lohan has good reputation around the morgue
Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan has gained a good reputation around the Los Angeles Morgue, where she was assigned 12 duty shifts, as part of her community work sentence. According to official sources, she is ahead of schedule, she is polite and has no complains, TMZ reports.
TMZ informs that Lindsay Lohan has only 2 more duty shifts at the county morgue, where she was assigned community service hours. She has until December 14 to complete her sentence, and it appears that she has three more weeks to spare until then. Sources told TMZ that the actress’ behavior is irreproachable. She is “polite, hard-working and never complains about the work.”
Lohan’s actual sentence includes 423 hours at the county morgue and psychotherapy, all of which have to be completed by March 2012. She is also prohibited to leave the country under any circumstances and can only leave California with the approval of her new probation officer.
Earlier this month, Lindsay was sent to jail for probation violation. Despite de original sentence being of 30 days, she only spent five hours behind bars. Due to the overcrowding in the Los Angeles prison, she was released.
The history of Lindsay Lohan’s jail sentence case is years old. Since her shoplifting a couple of years ago, the actress has been given numerous sentences, from community service to days in prison, that she wasn’t capable of completing. Her last probation violation concerned a number of hours of community service at the Downtown Women's Center in Los Angeles.
Her professional life is not on hold, though. Lindsay is going to be on the cover of the December issue of Playboy. According to her mother Dina, the photos of the 25-year-old, even if nude, are “very tasteful.