Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to complete another 125 hours of community service.
A judge in Santa Monica, California called much of the 28-year-old actress' work at the Community Service Volunteers (CSV) centre in London - which she was required to do as part of her probation requirements following a reckless driving offence in 2012 - "unacceptable" in court today (25.02.15) following an investigation by prosecutor Terry White.
The judge threw out more than half of her 240 hours of work, according to gossip website TMZ.com, after the probe revealed she tried to claim four hours of credit for performing in her West End show 'Speed-the-Plow'.
The prosecutor also claimed that Lindsay received credit for throwing a fundraiser for the organisation, and was also concerned she persuaded company Esurance to donate $10,000 to the charity, arguing it caused a conflict as they were supposed to "scrutinise" the 'Mean Girls' star.
On another occasion, CSV reported Lindsay did community service from 11am to 3pm - but her play began at 3pm, she lived eight miles away from the theatre and was required to be at the venue 35 minutes early.
Most of the hearing was conducted privately in the judge's chambers.