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Lindsay Lohan back in New York to complete community service, says she's 'ready to help'

Lindsay Lohan attends the Women Of The Year

Lindsay Lohan attends the Women Of The Year lunch at InterContinental Park Lane Hotel on October 13, 2014 in London, England. Photo Credit: Getty Images / John Phillips

Lindsay Lohan says she is back in New York, where she plans to do her remaining hours of community service.

"Happy to be home in nyc with my family and friends. Missed this place. Ready to help," the "Mean Girls" star, 28, posted on Instagram Monday.

A California judge ruled on Thursday that Lohan must complete just over 115 hours by May 28 or face unspecified consequences.

TMZ.com said on Monday the actress, originally of Merrick and Cold Spring Harbor, will volunteer to Brooklyn Community Services' Duffield Children's Center, where other publications reported she previously has worked.

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