Naughty actress Lindsay Lohan has learned she will carry out her community service in a morgue. Will this be her wake-up call?
Actress Lindsay Lohan, who was just sentenced to 120 days in the slammer and 480 hours of community service, has been given a week to enroll in a Los Angeles County program.
The actress will have to serve around 120 hours with the Los Angeles coroner in the morgue where she will do janitorial work around dead bodies for violating her probation.
Assistant Chief Ed Winter of the Los Angeles County Coroner revealed, “She will empty trash, vacuum, clean restrooms. She won’t be in the autopsy area. However, there will be some exposure to bodies. She’ll see them but won’t touch them.”
Lohan also has to do 360 hours at the Downtown Women’s Center.
Lindsay, 24, received her sentencing to 120 days in jail on Friday but her lawyer appealed the ruling. Lohan paid $75,000 bail and was allowed to return to her Venice Beach home.
The troubled actress will now return to court on May 11 for the pre-trial hearing of the misdemeanor case, and the trial is scheduled for June 3.
Lindsay made a surprise appearance on a taped episode of Jay Leno’s evening talk show, which will air tonight.
She described her latest sentencing as “shocking” and said it left her “kind of numb.”
Jay Leno asked the actress, “At what point did you realize, ‘Oh my God, I could lose this, this could slip away from me?'”
“I think that when, you know, being young and being in the position I was in, you don’t really take the time to appreciate what you have and it’s all kind of a whirlwind, and people make decisions for you,” Lindsay replied. “But I’m not a kid anymore–I’m 24. I’ve made a lot of mistakes and I recognize that. I’m in the clear now, and as long as I stay focused, I can achieve what I want to achieve.”
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