Judge to determine whether to close Lohan driving case
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A judge will determine whether Lindsay Lohan has completed her community service in a reckless driving case and can finally put her Los Angeles court troubles behind her.
The "Mean Girls" star is under a deadline to complete more than 100 hours by Thursday morning's court hearing. Lohan has been working with a Brooklyn organization recently after failing to complete the service in London.
A prosecutor on Wednesday said he is satisfied the actress has completed the work.
Lohan remains on probation for a 2012 reckless driving and lying to police case filed after her Porsche collided with a dump truck on Pacific Coast Highway.
The case is the final criminal case against Lohan, who has spent nearly eight years on probation.