Lindsay Lohan is currently having to serve community service as part of a plea deal for her 2012 reckless driving case.
But Lindsay is allegedly set to fail to complete her required 240 hours for the second time.
The Mean Girls actress will have to explain herself during a court date next Wednesday.
Lohan was supposed to show proof of completion on November 6, 2014, but she had only finished half the required hours at the time.
Now over two months later, the 28-year-old star is said to be in a similar position due to an unfortunate string of circumstances.
Her community service center in London was shut for two weeks over Christmas.
And Lindsay has been ill after contracting a rare mosquito borne virus called Chikungunya while holidaying in French Polynesia this winter.
Chikungunya is a virus transmitted from mosquitoes to people, according to the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention.
Symptoms include fever, headache, muscle pain, joint pain and swelling or rash. There is no vaccine to prevent the virus or medicine to treat it with once infected.
Her current legal trouble relates to her June 2012 car crash on the Pacific Coast Highway, for which she was charged with reckless driving, lying to police and obstructing officers from their duties.
She was sentenced to 90 days in a rehab program and 180 days of psychiatric counseling as well as her community service.
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