Lindsay Lohan Completes Community Service At NYC's Ali Forney Center
After nearly eight years in and out of the court room, Lindsay Lohan can finally say good riddance to probation. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ruled on Thursday that the actress – who was not present at the hearing – has completed her mandatory community service hours stemming from a 2012 reckless driving case, according to the Associated Press. "I am very grateful to those at Brooklyn Community Services, Duffield and The Ali Forney Center for welcoming me into their services and allowing me to finish my court ordered Community Service hours," Lohan tells PEOPLE in a statement.Ali Forney Center founder Carl Siciliano writes to us: "Lindsay Lohan spent five days volunteering at the Ali Forney Center in order to complete her community service requirements. She worked at our drop-in center and at our office, rearranging our donations and storage closets, and assembling 400 gift bags, as well as a number of other assorted tasks. She was a hard worker, was friendly, and showed concern for the plight of the youths we serve. It's definitely not every day that we have a superstar folding socks and underwear for our kids!"