Lohan community service case delay
A Los Angeles court has delayed a hearing on concerns about community service carried out by Lindsay Lohan as part of her sentence in a reckless driving case.
A judge in Santa Monica postponed the session set for today after a city prosecutor called in sick.
The concerns involve inquiries by the prosecutor about Lohan's service with a London charity. The actress was ordered to complete 240 hours of community service as part of the 2012 case.
Chief Deputy City Attorney Terry White said at a hearing last month that he had questions about Lohan's service which included arranging meet-and-greets with disadvantaged children at her London performances of Speed-the-Plow.
Lohan's lawyer, Shawn Holley, said today Mr that White had received responses to his questions from the community service director.
The hearing was rescheduled for February 25.