Lindsay Lohan could be making another trip to prison after a Los Angeles judge said the actress must complete her community service later this month or there will be consequences to face.
Judge Mark Young stated he was concerned that the Mean Girls star had completed less than 10 hours of service in the last three years.
The 28-year-old is on probation for a 2012 reckless driving lawsuit filed against her after she crashed her sports car in Santa Monica while making her way to a movie shoot.
Lohan’s lawyer Shawn Holley says that she will return to New York from London to complete about 115 remaining hours of service working with children by the set date May 28.
Santa Monica city prosecutor Melanie Skehar has questioned whether Lohan will be able to complete her service before the set date.
Skehar says her office will be seeking a prison sentence if Lohan fails to complete her service.