The actress’s lawyers were back in court on Thursday in Los Angeles, where they told a judge their client has only recorded roughly 10 of the remaining 125 hours of community service hours she was ordered to complete in February, according to court papers obtained by PEOPLE.
Lohan’s attorney, Shawn Holley, reportedly explained to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark A. Young that the actress was unable to complete the hours in London due to the 90-minute distance between her home and service organization, TMZ reports. With Lohan currently out of work, the cost and time of travel limited her ability to complete the hours, Holley reportedly said.
Young reportedly agreed to allow Lohan, 28, to travel to Brooklyn to complete her hours at the Brooklyn Community Center, but warned, “If it is not done by May 28 there will be consequences.”
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