Lindsay Lohan ‘behaving herself’ at L.A. county morgue

LOS ANGELES — Actress Lindsay Lohan made her second appearance of the week on Friday at the Los Angeles County morgue, chipping away at the 120 hours of community service she must perform as part of her shoplifting sentence.

She also worked a mandatory eight-hour shift on Wednesday, Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said.

After a rocky start last week — arriving late to the coroner’s office and being considered a no-show — Lohan seems to be back on track.

“She’s behaving herself,” Winter said.

Winter previously has said that the actress would receive no special treatment. Her duties would include taking out the trash, cleaning toilets and mopping floors, he said.

Lohan is on thin ice with Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner, who earlier last week ordered her handcuffed and jailed after she violated terms of her probation in her misdemeanor shoplifting case by failing to attend community service at the Downtown Women’s Center. She had missed nine appointments.

Sautner said she must do two days a week pending a Nov. 2 hearing on whether to revoke Lohan’s probation.

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