Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan was turned away from her first day of community service at the Los Angeles County Morgue on Thursday when she arrived 20 minutes late for her shift.
However, Lohan insists that her tardiness was not out of unpunctuality or disrespect, but because of the media frenzy that awaited her as she arrived at the morgue, and her ignorance of which door to go through to enter the morgue.
She has sorted out the problem with staff at the Coroner’s office so that she can arrive on time on Friday.
The Mean Girls star was earlier assigned to the Downtown Women’s Center to complete 360 hours of community service for a shoplifting conviction earlier this year, but the bosses of the center did not want to continue with the arrangement claiming that Lohan was never completed her shifts. A Los Angeles judge has since assigned Lohan to 16 hours of community service at the LA morgue before her next hearing on November 2nd.