The troubled actress Lindsay Lohan was late again to the L.A. County Morgue for her community service Thursday morning.
She is not here. She is not working. We had a phone call before 8 saying she was 10 minutes away. By 8:20, she was considered a no-show, the L.A. County Assistant Coroner Ed Winter told E! News.
For her chronic tardiness, Lohan's rep Steve Honing has his explanation. Lindsay arrived at the morgue approximately 20 minutes late and will be returning for orientation tomorrow, Honig told E! News.
Her lateness was due to a combination of not knowing what entrance to go through and confusion caused by the media waiting for her arrival. Lindsay spoke with the supervisors at the morgue, they showed her how to get in and everything is all cleared up, he said.
With all of the stress and pressure from yesterday and today, I've never been so happy to go therapy!!!! she wrote. Also, I'm sorry for the confusion that I may of caused to those at the Coroner's office. Won't happen again, now I know where to go! Thank you for your help, Lohan also tweeted.
Despite of the star's tardiness, the L.A. County Coroners Office told E! News that they would be happy to host her in the program.
Lohan, 25, had a hearing with Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner on Wednesday and afterwards had her mug shot taken for the fifth time.
According to TMZ, during the hearing, the angry Sautner said that because Lohan had failed to complete her community service duties, her probation was being revoked.
After the hearing, the star was handcuffed and escorted out of the courtroom. However, after posting a bail of $100,000, she was released.
The Mean Girls star was sentenced to 480 hours of community service earlier this year in April, for she involved in a case related to stealing a necklace from a jewelry store.
However, Lohan had missed nine scheduled visits to the Downtown Women's Center in L.A. And even when she showed up sometimes, the star only worked for one hour and not four hours as was required by the judge.
Lohan was reassigned and expected to complete 16 hours of community service at the L.A. County Morgue before her next court date on Nov. 2.