The Mean Girls star took to social media to celebrate
Lindsay Lohan has completed her 125 hours of court-ordered community service, PEOPLE has confirmed.
A source close to Lohan told PEOPLE, “She is done,” and the actress confirmed it on Instagram on Wednesday.
“Hard work pays off,” the actress wrote. “Thank you to all those that allowed me to volunteer while in nyc.”
Earlier this month, it was revealed that the 28-year-old had only logged 10 of the 125 hours she was ordered to complete in February. This left the Mean Girls star just 16 days to finish the remaining 115 hours of service.
“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 that week.
The court order stemmed from a 2012 reckless driving charge. In February, a judge extended the actress’s probation by three months – presumably to give her time to complete her remaining hours. If the actress failed to do so, Santa Monica Chief Deputy City Attorney Terry White told PEOPLE,”There’s always a possibility of jail time.”
If her completed hours are approved by the judge, Lohan’s probation will end Thursday.
• Reporting by K.C. BAKER