In an unprecedented show of effort from Lindsay Lohan, it appears that the actress may actually complete her community service in time to avoid jail, narrowly escaping a sentence the way Indiana Jones might escape a collapsing ruin. A source has told RadarOnline.com exclusively, that Lohan is "on track" to finish her service in time to meet her May 28 deadline.
As Radar readers remember, Lindsay Lohan was sentenced to community service after she violated the terms of her probation in relation to her 2012 convictions for reckless driving and lying to police. But Lohan has been seriously lagging on completing her community service hours, coming up with scheme after scheme to avoid actually fulfilling the court order, and calling into serious question whether or not she would be able to finish in time to meet the deadline.
But according to the source, "Lindsay is on track to finish her court ordered community service by Thursday's deadline. She has made impressive work to get it done," the insider admitted. "Every hour will count, and the prosecutor will have the final total on Wednesday night/Thursday morning. As of Tuesday morning, if Lindsay continues to work the eight hour days, she will have it finished. "
The coming days will show whether or not Lohan can continue this push and complete her service. Failure to do so, the source says, "will absolutely result in jail time."