Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner should be pleasantly surprised at Lindsay Lohan’s progress hearing next week – the actress has reportedly completed the current portion of her court-mandated community service and psychotherapy requirements ahead of schedule.
“Lindsay has already completed her community service and therapy requirements,” a source close to the 25-year-old told Access Hollywood on Friday.
The embattled star will return to court on Wednesday for the progress report hearing.
As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Lindsay, whose first official images from her Playboy shoot will debut on Thursday, has earned a good reputation around the county morgue (where she’s serving her mandatory community service), according to TMZ.
A law enforcement source reportedly told the website that the actress has been “polite” and “hard-working,” and that she “never complains about the work.”
Lindsay spent less than five hours in the Century Regional Detention facility in Lynwood, Calif., earlier this month, after being ordered to serve a 30-day jail sentence for violating probation after the actress was booted from a community service assignment at the Downtown Women’s Center in Los Angeles.
In addition to the jail sentence, Judge Sautner ordered Lindsay to undergo psychotherapy sessions and serve 423 hours at the county morgue by March 29, 2012.
The judge also said Lindsay can no longer leave the country and must obtain the permission of her new probation officer to travel outside California.
When contacted regarding the positive news on Friday, Lindsay’s rep told Access, “We never comment on Lindsay’s community service progress. Suffice it to say she is being diligent and complying with all court-mandated requirements.”
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