Lindsay Lohan Begins 10-Day Service Stint
The actress is working at the Red Cross as part of a plea deal for two DUI convictions
According to People.com, Lindsay Lohan, 21, was seen on Monday at an American Red Cross blood services center in Los Angeles, where she began community service to fulfill her sentence after being convicted of two DUIs last August.
Lohan arrived at noon and was greeted by workers in the parking lot before entering the building. She left at 7:00 p.m. and was carrying a book called Blood.
The also singer has until January to serve 10 days of service, which spares her from spending the full four days in jail.
Lohan recently left Utah, where she had a lengthy stay in a rehab center. She's required to spend three years on probation and must attend an alcohol education program for 18 months.