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Lindsay Lohan to perform community service at coroner’s office

Lindsay Lohan arrives for a preliminary hearing at Los Angeles Superior Court. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)

Lohan, who is currently out on bail, is appealing the sentence that a judge handed down on Friday, which included 120 days in jail and 480 hours of community service. According to People, the other 360 hours of service will be completed at a women’s homeless shelter in L.A.

Lohan is still due back in court in June to face trial for allegedly stealing a necklace from a Santa Monica jewelry store, the incident that got her into this most recent violation-of-probation mess in the first place.

Oh, and in an added fun fact, Lohan previously spent time in an L.A. morgue, completing a program that was one of the conditions of her plea agreement in a 2007 DUI arrest case.

Read more Lindsay Lohan news from Celebritology.


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