Maybe someone should've told her putting down hours from her meet and greets on her community service form wasn't a good idea.
Earlier this week, Lindsay Lohan turned in her finished community service hours as a probation requirement from her 2012 reckless driving case.
Unfortunately for her, the prosecutor isn't too impressed by what she's been doing to serve her community.
In fact, after reviewing some of her hours, the prosecutor, Terry White, launched an investigation to see what exactly LiLo did for her hours and he's not happy.
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A source close to the case revealed Terry can't believe the actress' community service organization let her do ridiculous things to complete her hours. They allowed things like meet and greets with fans after her London and even let young adults shadow her workday — she got 70 hours for that!
The insider continued, saying the prosecutor believes Linds had an obligation to let the court know what kind of community service she was doing. Terry originally didn't want to allow the 28-year-old to complete her hours in another country for this very reason.
He allegedly believes she manipulated the system and should totally do jail time for not completing her hours like every other person has done.
It definitely wouldn't be fair for the others who have to do ACTUAL community service!
Lindz's lawyer is trying to get the judge to give her a pass, saying the Speed-the-Plow actress only did what she was told to do by the community service organization.
What kind of community service organization allows shadowing and meet and greets to pass as activities that serve the community??
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