Lindsay Lohan Finally Shows Up for Community Service in Brooklyn

The 28-year-old actress has just 16 days to complete 115 hours of service

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Lindsay Lohan has finally reported for duty.

After skipping her scheduled start date on Tuesday, the 28-year-old actress began her court-ordered community service at the Duffeld Children’s Center in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood on Wednesday, according to USA Today.

“So happy to be finally helping out all the kids at @WeAreBCS – I just hope that I can make a difference to their lives,” she Tweeted on Wednesday.

Despite a TMZ report that claimed Lohan arrived almost 2 hours late, “She got here super early,” Lopez maintained. “I don’t know exact time but she was here early.”

The Mean Girls star now has just 16 days to complete 115 hours of service.

Last week, Judge Mark Young determined Lohan had completed fewer than 10 of the 125 hours of service she was sentenced to complete after her reckless driving arrest in 2012.

“If not done by May 28, there will be consequences,” Young said in court.

If the hours are not finished by Young’s deadline, Lohan could be incarcerated for up to a year and half, according to USA Today.

“I don’t care what anyone else says. She’s back and she’s started with the process. She’ll get it done,” her father, Michael Lohan, told the Daily News Tuesday.

Santa Monica Deputy City Attorney Melanie Skehar was less optimistic, saying outside the court house last week, “Is it possible? It’s possible. Is it probable? No.”

She added, “When you have a responsibility and you know what you have to complete by a certain date, there’s no excuse.”

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