Lindsay Lohan has started her Community Service in Brooklyn at Last

The 28-year-old actress has skipped her planned start date this Tuesday. Lindsay Lohan began her court-ordered community service at the Duffeld Children’s Centre in Fort Greene neighbourhood, Brooklyn, this Wednesday. The information is given by USA Today.

The star tweeted that day that she was very happy and excited to help out all the children. She hopes to make difference to their lives.

The Mean Girls actress has 16 more days for completing her 115 hours of community service. Lopez maintained that Lohan got there supper early. Though, a TMZ report revealed that the star was almost two hours late.

Lohan had to complete 125 hours of community service after her thoughtless driving arrest three years ago. Judge Mark Young determined last week that the star had done less than 10 hours!

The judge announced that if her community service hours will not have been done by May 28, there will be no consequences.

USA Today reports that if the star does not finish her work in time, she could be committed to prison for up to a year and a half.

Michael Lohan, the actress’ father assures the Daily News that he does not care what people say. His daughter is back and she will get the work done.

As to Melanie Skehar, Santa Monica Deputy City Attorney, she was not that much optimistic. The attorney said outside the court house that it is possible, but it is not probable.

The woman added that there is no any excuse if someone has a responsibility and knows what is needed to be completed by a fixed date.