Lindsay Lohan misses expected start of community service

Lindsay Lohan missed the expected start of her court-ordered community service. Lohan said she would begin the service Tuesday at the Duffield Children's Center in

Lohan is expected to begin community service at

Lohan is expected to begin community service at the Duffield Children's Center. (Credit: News 12 )

BROOKLYN - Lindsay Lohan missed the expected start of her court-ordered community service.

Lohan said she would begin the service Tuesday at the Duffield Children's Center in Fort Greene.

The actress has completed less than 10 of the 125 hours of service she was ordered to complete while on probation for a reckless driving case.

Judge Mark Young says "there will be consequences" if the community service is not completed by May 28.

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