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LiLo Shows Up Early for Community Service

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That's right -- KTLA reports that everyone's favorite American fuck-up scuttled in to the Los Angeles County Morgue this morning, not just on time but early, to begin 120 hours of community service. She showed up "extremely early" for her 7:00 a.m. shift, a spokesperson for the Coroner said.

Lohan was turned away from the Morgue yesterday after showing up 40 minutes late to her 8:00 a.m. shift. She claimed to have been delayed by not being able to find the entrance.

Once inside, L.A. Now reports that Lohan will be cleaning toilets, moping floors and emptying the trash.

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The Morgue sentence was handed down to Lohan by Judge Stephanie Sautner, after the actress was dismissed from her first assignment at the Downtown Women's Shelter. Lohan had been asked by Sautner to begin chipping away at the 480 total community service hours she has to perform by putting in consistent hours at the shelter, but that never happened.

Lilo's 120 hours at the Morgue will go towards her total.

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