Actress Lindsay Lohan, who has been getting worldwide recognition this week for her leaked Playboy cover, is putting in some overtime in order to finish her court-ordered community service ahead of schedule.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that law enforcement sources said the actress has been working extra hours at the L.A. County coroner's office, putting in more than 12 days per month, and is on track to finish the community service by March.
Lohan is required to work 480 hours, according to the New York Post.
The actress has to perform community service a part of the sentence she received for her probation violation on a necklace theft conviction in May. It also has to do with a 2007 DUI case.
The Times reported that Lohan will go before Judge Stephanie Sautner on Dec. 14 for a probation update.
The judge sentenced Lohan to 30 days in jail last month and ordered that she finishes the community service at the morgue. She is reportedly working there as a janitor.
The Post reported that Lohan will reveal her Playboy spread on The Ellen DeGeneres Show the day after the court appearance.