(NEW YORK) — Lindsay Lohan has chosen a New York City daycare center to serve the remainder of her court-ordered community service, a source tells TMZ.
The 28-year-old Mean Girls star has chosen the Duffield Children’s Center in Brooklyn, according to the source, and she’ll be spending the better part of the next few weeks there.
Lindsay has completed less than 10 of the required 125 hours of community service and has until May 28 to finish or face possible jail time. She would theoretically have to work seven hours a day, seven days a week to meet the deadline.
Sources at the children’s center tell TMZ that Lindsay will help kids with arts and crafts and reading and she’ll also do administrative work. The actress has worked at the center before and staffers are reportedly happy to have her back.
Lindsay, who had been living in the U.K. since appearing in the London production of Speed the Plow, posted a picture of herself and an unidentified person on Instagram Monday captioned, “Happy to be home in nyc with my family and friends. Missed this place. ready to help.”
Lohan was ordered to perform community service as part of her sentence for the 2012 case involving her crash with a truck on the Pacific Coast Highway.
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