Lindsay Lohan counted doing a meet and greet with her fans in London as part of her required 240 hours of community service she was doing for a plea deal, but a Los Angeles judge did not, so he tacked on 125 more hours for the redhead Wednesday.
Lohan was performing the 240 hours as a result of her 2012 reckless driving charge, when she was charged with that, providing false information to an office and willfully resisting arrest. She let young people shadow her while working on a play in London the past few weeks.
Understandably, when she went to court the prosecutors “had a problem with some of the work shadowing” and extended her probationary period, which was supposed to end this March, three more months.
“She’s enjoying doing community service,” Holley said.
“Her passion is really working with kids … and kids really respond to her.”
Lohan’s plea deal, which she made in March 2013, required her to do 90 days in rehab, along with 18 months psychotherapy. (RELATED: Lindsay Lohan Just Went Topless)