Lindsay Lohan could be headed back to jail. The Freaky Friday and Mean Girls star has been in London for a while now, plotting a comeback and starring in a play called Speed the Plow. The trouble is, she was supposed to be fulfilling her community service obligation (for her prior reckless driving conviction) while in London. However there is no proof thus far that she's been doing that.
L.A. District Attorney Terry White is “expected to ask Judge Richard Stone to terminate Lindsay’s probation, and will recommend she serve jail time because of the lack of transparency regarding the completion of community service hours,” according to RadarOnline.
Lindsay Lohan hasn't turned in the records from her community service in London, leading officials to fear she hasn't fulfilled her obligation.
The D.A. “never wanted Lindsay to be able to do the hours in London, but another judge, handling the case at the time, approved it.”
Even authorities in London haven't cooperated with handing over Lindsay Lohan's records to L.A. officials.
— Radar Online (@radar_online) February 16, 2015
“These were very, very basic inquiries, such as how was Lindsay monitored, who supervised her work--it does seem odd that none of that information has been sent, especially since there is a court date scheduled for February 18,” RadarOnline reports.
Los Angles Deputy City Attorney Terry White is “expected to ask Judge Richard Stone to terminate Lindsay’s probation, and will recommend she serve jail time because of the lack of transparency regarding the completion of community service hours.”
Lindsay Lohan could serve 30 days in jail if she doesn't get those completed records with proof of community service in London to authorities in L.A.
TMZ is reporting that Esurance is paying $10,000 to her community service organization, and that Lindsay Lohan wants the D.A. to believe she has served her community service by 'raising funds' for a London agency that benefits poor children.
— The Superficial (@thesuperficial) February 17, 2015
Lindsay Lohan's lawyer is livid about the TMZ report.
"TMZ has stooped to a new low. To take Lindsay's positive efforts in supporting CSV and turn them into something negative simply to sell a story is offensive," Shawn Holley said. "Lindsay has been involved in helping to raise funds for this wonderful organization since she started her community service there and she has continued her work as a volunteer, even though her community service was completed weeks ago."
Do you think Lindsay Lohan is once again living like the law applies to everyone but her? Or is there some reasonable explanation as to why those community service records haven't yet surfaced in the L.A. D.A.'s office?