This should teach Lindsay Lohan to never, ever neglect her community service requirement.
Things have gone from bad to worse for Lindsay Lohan, whose probation was revoked early today for missing too many community service appointments.
Lohan was handcuffed in a Los Angeles court and taken away by sheriff’s deputies following a half-hour hearing. A sheriff’s deputy confirmed to that the $100,000 bail was set, it will be processed at the courthouse and that the actress will be released.
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Lohan is expected back in court for a Nov. 2 hearing to formally determine whether she violated probation.
The former Disney star was accused of blowing off nine scheduled appointments at Los Angeles’ Downtown Women’s Center, where she had been ordered to complete 360 hours for her necklace theft case. Because of the no-shows, Lohan had been kicked out of the program.
That’s not even the worst of it. Lohan is required to complete 16 of a mandatory 120 hours of service at the L.A. County Morgue.
A source told TMZ that Lohan will clean tables where the autopsies are performed, and various body parts and fluids often remain for disposal after the body is removed. She will also sweep floors, clean toilets, wash windows and pick up trash — basically, everything except handle the bodies.
There are some things that playing two characters in The Parent Trap just can’t teach, and janitorial work at a morgue is one of them.