Lindsey Lohan is set to undertake her community service in an LA morgue.
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan is taking on a decidedly less glamourous role this year – undertaking janitorial work at an LA morgue, as part of her community service for violating her probation.
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The star was sentenced to spend 120 hours working at the LA County Department of Coroner earlier this year, after being caught stealing a $2,500 necklace in January, during probation for DUI offences in 2007.
An assistant, who will be working alongside the actress told People: ‘She’ll be doing basic janitorial work. She won’t be handling any dead bodies, but she’ll certainly see them.’
The Mean Girls star is no stranger to dead bodies, having worked at another morgue after her previous conviction in 2007.
It’s set to be a busy year giving back to the community for the actress. Before the 2011 is up, Lindsay must also spend 360 hours at a women's shelter in downtown LA.
Lindsay was last week sentenced to 120 days in prison, but was released on bail set at a whopping $75,000.
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