(LOS ANGELES) — Lindsay Lohan is due back in a Los Angeles court Tuesday for another progress hearing.
The Mean Girls star, who is on probation for previous DUI and theft convictions, received a glowing review from a judge when she last appeared in court in mid-December.
Lohan is required to perform a minimum of 12 days of community service per month at a Los Angeles County morgue and attend a minimum of four psychotherapy sessions per month. According to TMZ.com, she’s fulfilled her obligations to date after working at the morgue late last week.
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