Lindsay Lohan, in an attempt to fight back reports and rumors about her, has said in a statement that she is working hard and fulfilling her obligations to the court as well as myself.

I am not to be made an example of anymore. If I travel, it's for work and it's been approved. As is anything I do when I leave the state. I'd appreciate it if people will just let me do what is asked of me, so that I can get my life back, she said in statement, responding to criticisms against her.

The 25-year-old actress also asked the public to ignore reports which are not true.

There were reports on Thursday that Lohan had been kicked out of the program that she was supposed to participate in, as part of her community service assigned to her by the court for the May 2011 shoplifting case.

TMZ reported that the actress had been kicked out as a result of not appearing for nine scheduled visits to Los Angeles' Downtown Women's Center. When she finally showed up, she did not complete her required four hours and left in an hour. Now, Lohan is taken her services to the L.A. branch of the Red Cross.

The court had ordered Lohan to complete 460 hours of community service as part of her probation, as a consequence to the theft of the $2,500 necklace from an L.A. boutique.

Lohan's failure to show up for the community services and also the fact that she has not seen the court ordered psychiatrist as yet could land Lohan in Jail all over again, the report said.

Lohan was supposed to finish her community service within a year, starting from July this year. As of now, Lohan has 339 hours of service left to finish.

Meanwhile, the actress's mother, Dina Lohan, has come forward to say that her child is perfect, in the wake of the Downtown Women's Center issue. Dina described Lindsay as great, wonderful and really on it when it comes to doing her community service, TMZ reported.