Actress Lindsay Lohan is courting more legal trouble following a community service performance hearing on Thursday (07May15).
The Mean Girls star was ordered to undergo another 125 hours of community service in February (15) after a Los Angeles judge rejected more than half of the work she had allegedly completed as part of her sentence relating to a 2012 reckless driving case.
On Thursday, Lohan's longtime lawyer, Shawn Holley, was in court to report on the 28 year old's progress and she informed the judge her client had only completed nine hours and 45 minutes of the required 125 hours, according to TMZ.com.
Holley explained the community service centre's location changed and it took her three hours to drive to and from it, and Lohan had to hire a car service to get there.
The lawyer asked if Lohan could complete her hours in Brooklyn, New York and the judge warned her if the service was not finished by 28 May (15) "there will be consequences".