Back To Jail? Prosecutors Will Push Judge To Revoke Lindsay Lohan's Probation After Community Service Fiasco

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Back To Jail? Prosecutors Will Push Judge To Revoke Lindsay Lohan's Probation After Community Service Fiasco

Prosecutors still waiting for Lindsay Lohan‘s community service records in her reckless driving conviction are expected to ask the judge to terminate her probation.

Los Angles Deputy City Attorney Terry White is “expected to ask Judge Richard Stone to terminate Lindsay’s probation, and will recommend she serve jail time because of the lack of transparency regarding the completion of community service hours,” insiders told RadarOnline.com exclusively.

The move to put LiLo behind bars comes after weeks of prosecutors requesting Lohan’s community service records from her stay in London — a privilege they were never comfortable with in the first place, as the D.A. “never wanted Lindsay to be able to do the hours in London, but another judge, handling the case at the time, approved it,” a source told RadarOnline.com.

Despite the lucky break, neither the Mean Girls star or authorities in London have handed the records over.

“These were very, very basic inquiries, such as how was Lindsay monitored, who supervised her work — it does seem odd that none of that information has been sent, especially since there is a court date scheduled for Feb. 18,” sources previously told Radar.

The judge scheduled the hearing for Wednesday after prosecutors voiced concerns about Lindsay’s community service, and ordered an investigation into it.

In particular, questions arose after “records indicated Lindsay had worked 10 eight-hour days in a row to get it completed before the deadline,” a source previously told us. Quizzically, claims the source, “Lindsay was also given 18 hours of credit for doing meet-and-greets with fans after her performances in Speed-the-Plow on the West End in London.”

A probation violation hearing is also expected to be scheduled Wednesday; Lohan is facing a minimum of 30 days behind bars if found guilty of any probation violations.