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Lohan Needs to Her Dirty Work Before Her Movie Work, Warns Judge

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480 hours of community service is a lot of work, and actress Lindsay Lohan has barely scratched the surface of her sentence. LiLo has logged a mere four of the 60 days--just 33 hours of work--ordered in conjunction with the necklace theft case that had her in and out of the courtroom recently.

During an appearance today to check her progress, L.A. Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner determined that Lohan needs to get her hustle on and finish up her 45 days on skid row and 15 at the county coroner's office, regardless of any "acting" work she had committed to.

Additionally, Lohan was reminded that she needs to get into counseling, either group or individual sessions, as ordered, or she'll find her probation revoked in three weeks' time. Lohan was also needled for not calling her probation officers back. Tsk tsk.

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