Even when Lindsay Lohan is doing some good, people have a problem with it.
Lohan reportedly has been thrown out of her court-ordered community service program in Los Angeles for not completing it in the required number of hours.
According to TMZ, Lohan complained to her friends that the Downtown Women's Center staff treated her with disrespect and hostility from the moment she arrived.
According to the court order, Lohan was to complete 360 of 480 required hours of community service at the center, as part of her sentence for stealing a $2,500 necklace in January. After serving only 60 hours there, she was asked to leave and now will help out at the Red Cross.
The Women's Center said the Mean Girls actress was asked to leave because she would regularly skip her allotted volunteer days and when she did arrive, she would leave after only an hour of work.
Lohan was booted out after blowing off nine scheduled appointments, TMZ reported.
Now she is completing her remaining hours at the American Red Cross, where she reportedly enjoys it very much.
The last 120 required hours that Lohan is scheduled to serve are at the janitorial duty at the L.A. County Morgue.
Lohan is due to appear next week in court, where a judge will decide whether her claims of mistreatment at the Women's Center are valid or not.