Updated — Feb. 25, 2:49 p.m. EST
Looks like Lindsay Lohan isn’t in the clear just yet!
Shortly after it was reported that the 28-year-old attempted to count her stint on London’s West End as part of her community service, ‘TMZ’ is reporting she was shut down — and was ordered to complete another 125 hours!
According to the report, the judge called the work she did “unacceptable.”
Originally Publishing — Feb. 25, 12:42 p.m. EST
Oh, look, it's Lindsay Lohan making headlines with her legal woes again...
Remember when the 'Mean Girls' star had to complete 240 hours of community service? Well, a new report claims she allegedly included her 'Speed the Plow' performances in London's West End on her list.
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Lindsay vowed to complete her service at CSV, which ‘TMZ’ explains is “a London-based community service organization.” But prosecutor Terry White reportedly found at least six hours were spent at her performances.
Lindsay Lohan at 'Speed the Plow' Press Night. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
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White will argue in court today that she violated her probation, and question all 240 hours of her alleged community service. ‘TMZ’ also states he's concerned about the star getting Esurance — which featured Lindsay in a Super Bowl ad — to donate $10,000 to CSV.
If a judge agrees, this means Lindsay will be called into a hearing that could result in her facing some serious consequences.