LiLo's lawyer Shawn Holley appeared in court on Thursday to lay out the actress' new batch of excuses, including the fact that the community service center changed locations and Lohan needs to hire a car service for the one-and-a-half-hour trip in London. Holley requested Lohan be allowed to complete her remaining 115 hours in Brooklyn. The judge agreed, but is holding strong on the original deadline.
"If Lindsay does not get this done by May 28, there will be consequences," the judge warned.
Lohan was originally ordered to complete 240 hours of community service stemming from a reckless driving charge in 2012 when she crashed into a dump truck, but claimed she hadn't been behind the wheel. In February, a judge threw out many hours of community service Lohan claimed to have completed because she had received credit for allowing young people to "shadow" her, doing meet-and-greets with fans and performing a play.
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