Lindsay Lohan’s week of headlines continued today with what many observers would consider another surprise: After showing up late Thursday for her community service at the Los Angeles morgue, the actress arrived early today, the AP reports.
Lohan, who was turned away from the facility Thursday because of her late arrival, showed up today “real early” for her 7 a.m. appointment, said Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter. Winter added that Lohan had completed a brief orientation and was working at the facility as of about 8 a.m. PT.
Winter added: "She is not getting any special treatment. She’s going to be cleaning toilets, mopping floors and emptying the trash bins," the Los Angeles Times reported.
Lohan was ordered to complete 16 hours of community service at the morgue before a Nov. 2 court date, the AP story notes. She reportedly arrived 40 minutes late on Thursday and was refused entry.
Her publicist, Steve Honig, said Lohan arrived today more than an hour before the facility opened.
Lohan had her probation revoked Wednesday by a judge who was angered that Lohan had failed to fulfill her community service at L.A.’s Downtown Women’s Shelter. Lohan will face the same judge Nov. 2, at which time the actress faces the possibility of being returned to jail.