Lindsay Lohan must speed up her community service to ensure she meets a deadline to complete 480 hours within a year, a US judge has said
The Mean Girls actress appeared in an LA courtroom to give a progress report on her probation in drink-driving and misdemeanour theft cases.
Lindsay has completed 33 hours at a shelter for women. She spent a month under house arrest.
Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner warned the starlet she wouldn't give her any additional time to complete the hours, even if she was working on a movie.
Lindsay was ordered her to return to court on October 19 for another update.
She has completed one anonymous shoplifters' class.
But she is having trouble enrolling in court-ordered psychological counselling, citing problems with the paparazzi.
Meanwhile, the actress is being sued by a rehab worker who was fired from the Betty Ford Centre after an argument with the actress, court records show.
Dawn Bradley claims she was seriously injured during an altercation in December with the troubled star.
Lindsay's spokesman declined comment.
LA prosecutors declined to charge Lindsay with battery.
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