Judge Slams Lindsay Lohan With Service At Morgue
Lindsay Lohan has done it again, failing to show up for her first day of community service at a Los Angeles County morgue. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
She's done it again!
"At twenty minutes to eight we received a call that said she was ten minutes late, and she has not shown up, so she failed to meet her appointment," said Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter.
The LA County Coroner says Lindsay Lohan missed her first day of court-ordered community service at the morgue. It was just the sort of irresponsibility the judge warned her about yesterday.
"They don't mess around, you show up and do what they tell you to do," said Judge Stephanie Sautner.
When Lohan finally did show up in her Porsche, it was 8:40 am, 40 minutes late. Her assistant got out and tried to talk their way in. They were both turned away.
"[At] 8:40 she did show up at the back of our building and was turned away, and is not here, and is not working today," said Winter.
Lohan's publicist told INSIDE EDITION that she was late due to heavy traffic and confusion over which entrance to use. Lohan also took to Twitter to say, "I'm sorry for the confusion that I may of [sic] caused to those at the Coroner's office. Won't happen again, now I know where to go!"
She'll try again Friday.
And everyone's still talking about Lohan's weird appearance in court.
"The bigger story in all of this was the blush," said Kelly Ripa on Live With Regis and Kelly.
Celebrity make-up artist Mandy Jacobellis explains where Lohan went wrong.
"Lindsay's court make-up was a complete disaster. Everything from the super-dark chiseled brush to the over done eyes, none of it was working. So it almost made her look gaunt," said Jacobellis.
Tomorrow is another day, but a word of advice Lohan, set your alarm clock!
Trending on Inside Edition
Man Finds Brother's Letterman Jacket Their Mom Couldn’t Afford in a Thrift Store 28 Years LaterInspirational
This Holiday Season Airbnb Is Offering You a Chance to Stay in the Original 'Home Alone' HouseEntertainment
Silence Surrounds Alleged Videotaped Sexual Assault of Boy From Louisville Private School Months AgoCrime
'West Side Story' Generates Early Oscar Buzz as Reboot of Beloved Film and Play Hits the Silver ScreenEntertainment
Man Exonerated of Alice Sebold’s Rape Says as She Addresses Her Role in His Conviction: 'I Accept Her Apology'Crime