Today, Lindsay Lohan turned up at the Los Angeles County Morgue a full 90 minutes before she was due to begin serving her community service. That’s quite a turnaround from yesterday when she was turned away because she was so late.
Lindsay’s rep, Steve Honig, reported that Lindsay arrived at the L.A. County Morgue at 5:35 a.m., even though her orientation was not due to start until 7a.m.
Lindsay Lohan eventually entered the morgue shortly after 7am. Judge Stephanie Sautner has stipulated she must put in a minimum of 16 hours per week before her probation violation hearing on November 2.
Coroner’s spokesman Ed Winter confirmed Lindsay’s prompt arrival. In order to respect the privacy of the families of the deceased, and knowing the media frenzy that would accompany Lindsay Lohan on her first day on morgue duty, she was allowed to enter through a side door.
This time, she seemed to have no trouble finding the door. She said she had problems with that yesterday, causing her to be 40 minutes late for her community service and consequently sent home immediately.
Today, Lindsay can expect to be cleaning out toilets and doing other domestic duties in the morgue. She will probably wish she made more of an effort at the Downtown Women’s Center, pretty soon.