Lindsay Lohan
Lindsay Lohan is pictured at Z100's Jingle Ball event in New York on Dec. 14, 2013. The star reportedly has failed to complete required community service hours stemming from a 2012 arrest. Reuters

Lindsay Lohan hasn’t seen her last day in court just yet. Although the 28-year-old has managed to stay out of trouble for the most part in recent months, her past transgressions continue to haunt her.

According to Us Weekly, Lohan could be headed back to jail for failing to complete the community service hours she was assigned in 2012. The assignment stemmed from a reckless driving incident in which the star crashed her car on the Pacific Coast Highway in California in June of that year.

The actress originally was assigned 240 hours of community service, which she failed to perform. She was then given an additional 125 hours to finished by May 28. According to TMZ, she has completed fewer than 20 of the required hours. Her legal team was slated to appear in court Thursday, where lawyer Terry White said they would "probably ask that her probation be revoked."

This is certainly not the first time the “Mean Girls” actress has been in trouble with the law. From May 2007 to November 2012, Lohan was arrested six times, involved in seven motor vehicle accidents, spent 14 days in jail (her 90-day sentenced reduced due to overcrowding) and checked into rehab six times. In August 2013, she sat down with Oprah Winfrey to set the record straight and talked about getting her life together.

Since the telling interview, during which Lohan admitted to struggling with alcohol addiction, the actress vowed that she had changed. She told Winfrey she was prepared to “work really hard and stay focused and prove myself.” But since then, she has done little to improve her image or legal standing.

Lohan has not yet released a comment about the court hearing.