LiLo checks out new job
Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan visited the Los Angeles Downtown Women's Centre, where she will begin her court-ordered community service next week.
Lohan was sentenced to 120 days in prison, which she was bailed from, and 480 hours of community service last month for breaching the terms of her probation after allegedly stealing a $2,200 (Dh8,079) necklace from an upmarket jewellers.
She was spotted at the facility on Monday with her assistant and lawyer.
The centre's spokesman Patrick Shandrick said, "Miss Lohan's work at the centre could include working with the ladies on creating unique items for MADE by DWC — an innovative social enterprise cafe and gift boutique offering handmade products."
Lohan — who was under probation for a driving under the influence (DUI) charge in 2007 — is due to return to court on May 11 for a pre-trial hearing in her theft case, after the charge was reduced from felony grand theft to a misdemeanour, with the actual trial planned for June 3.