"I support the judge's decision and hold myself accountable for being in this situation."
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She will perform 360 hours of community service at the Downtown Women's Center, and the remaining 120 will be done at the L.A. County Morgue.
"We have community service workers all the time," said Assistant Chief Ed Winter of the coroner's office. "They do janitorial tasks. They clean up and sweep up."
Lohan will be treated like any other community service worker assigned to the office by the courts, Winter said.
"I hope to be able to fulfill my obligation without any press attention," Lohan said in her statement. "I think the media spotlight should be on issues such as homelessness and domestic violence instead of on me."
Once Lohan's community service is completed, her probation on the DUI case will be terminated.
She will still be on 3 years probation for the jewelry theft case.
The actress also has to complete psychological counseling and a 'Shoplifters Alternative' class.