Radar Legal Editor
Fresh off her photo shoot for Playboy, Lindsay Lohan arrived early for her community service at the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office on Wednesday, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
"Lindsay arrived 20 minutes early at the morgue," Lohan's rep Steve Honig tells us.
LiLo was ordered to complete 16 hours per week at the morgue, pending her probation violation hearing on November 2. The judge handling Lindsay's shoplifting case, terminated the actresses' probation last week after she was booted from the Downtown Women's Center, a shelter for homeless women. DWC cut Lohan loose after she failed to appear on multiple days. Judge Stephanie Sautner had ordered Lindsay to perform more than 300 hours of community service at the Skid Row shelter as part of her probation in her shoplifting case.
Lindsay will be cleaning toilets, scrubbing floors and cleaning up after autopsies are peformed.
Lindsay could be facing up to 18 months behind bars if the judge formally determines she violated her probation.