Actress Lindsay Lohan has been sentenced to 480 hours of community service for violating her DUI probation. She is reportedly set to serve 120 hours of the sentence at the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner's facility. And she would work at Downtown Women's Center to complete her remaining 360 hours service.
The E! News claims that Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter has confirmed the news about her community service. "She'll be doing community service, janitorial and maintenance work, mainly cleaning the bathrooms, vacuuming, and a little everything. She won't be touching bodies but she'll likely see them," the E! News quotes Winter as saying.
Judge Stephanie Sautner, who dropped the sentence, hopes that Lindsay's stint at the morgue will get her first-hand look at DUI victims, which will do good for her. She will begin her day at 8 am and finish up at 4 pm with one hour off for lunch. She will perform the remaining 360 hours of her community service order at the Downtown Women's Center, a homeless shelter located in Los Angeles' Skid Row.