Lindsay Lohan has reportedly completed all of her community service.
The former wild child was ordered to carry out 240 hours following her 2012 reckless driving case, when she pleaded contest after her Porsche crashed into an 18-wheeler truck on the Pacific Coast Highway.
It was thought Lindsay may not manage the last 15 days of the 30 days handed to her as time was rapidly running out, with all hours needed to be carried out by today.
But TMZ reports the actress has finished it in the nick of time, carrying out the remaining community service time at a center in London, UK.
The outlet claim the British community service center will pass on her letter of completion to the judge presiding over the case.
Lindsay will not be in court, but her lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley will be in attendance to hand over the document.
The hours were originally supposed to be completed by November 6, but Lindsay had only managed to log half by then.
The 28-year-old is getting over a recent health scare after being struck down with rare virus Chikungunya a few weeks ago while she holidayed in Bora Bora.
The bug left her hospitalized, with the star losing weight as a result of the illness. She recently uploaded a photo of herself on Instagram showing off her tiny frame, joking that her Calvin Klein briefs were helping her to feel better.
“#mycalvins are helping me fight off my chikungunya hehe (sic),” she captioned the shot.
Lindsay may not have drawn as much sympathy as she wanted though, as many criticized the svelte actress for allegedly photoshopping the picture to make herself seem slimmer.
She’s also been letting her hair down in Paris recently, with sources commenting she looked carefree in the French capital’s club Le Titty Twister before her court date.
“[She] came in with two friends around 3 in the morning and stayed until around 5, 5.30,” a source told People magazine. “She danced and amused herself a lot.”
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