Lohan Going Off Probation for First Time in 7 Years

She completes community service in nick of time
By Newser Editors,  Newser Staff
Posted May 27, 2015 6:41 PM CDT
Lohan Going Off Probation for First Time in 7 Years
Lindsay Lohan is a free woman.   (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Tomorrow looks to be a milestone day for Lindsay Lohan: Her lawyer will be able to report to a Los Angeles judge that she has completed all her necessary community service, paving the way for her to be off probation for the first time in seven years, reports TMZ. The community service stems from a reckless driving case, and things looked bleak for Lohan less than three weeks ago when a judge informed her that she still had 115 hours to complete before a May 28 deadline, notes the New York Daily News. Lohan got it done, however, and she's been posting photos of herself on the job at a women's shelter in New York City. (More Lindsay Lohan stories.)

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