Officials at the homeless shelter in Los Angeles where Lindsay Lohan was supposed to complete her court-ordered community service have refused to let her do so claiming that she is not a good example for the destitute residents who are trying to get their lives in order.
Just last month, the Downtown Women’s Shelter in L. A. terminated Lohan’s community service with them, which led the frustrated County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner to assign Lohan to a county morgue to continue her community service. Now, even the Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women have refused to take on Lohan saying that they look for mature women who can act as role models for the residents.
Judge Sautner has decreed that the Mean Girls star will just have to finish out her community service at the morgue.
Lohan must complete her allotted hours of community service before March 29 or she will have to spend 30 days in jail.