naturally, Lindsay has already screwed up again

October 20, 2011 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Less than 24 hours ago Lindsay Lohan was in a courtroom being berated by the judge and having her probation revoked because she couldn’t be bothered to attend her community service appointments on time and was more of a disruption than anything else. After that the judge told her she must complete at least 32 hours at the LA county morgue before her next hearing in two weeks.

So, try and guess if she did what she was told and arrived on time today or if she was 40 minutes late and pissed everyone off?

Sources at the morgue tell TMZ Lindsay was scheduled to be at the morgue at 8 AM.  At 7:40, Lindsay’s assistant called to say they were 10 minutes away.  By 8:20, she was still a no-show.
So officials at the Coroner’s Office have decided if Lindsay eventually shows up they will turn her away.
And it gets way worse for Lindsay.  We’re told the Coroner’s Office will notify Probation’s Volunteer Center — which monitors her probation — that Lindsay screwed up again, and the judge will then be notified.

And it gets even worse for Lindsay after that, because the LA County Sheriff told Good Day LA this morning that, despite the over crowding issues that has led to her early release every time in the past, he will find room in his jail for next time and he thinks she should go in for at least 60 days. And maybe that will do it. It’s hard to even explain how anyone could fuck up so many times. She has to either be retarded or she’s trying to impress some drug dealer/criminal that she has a crush on.

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