Not wanting to make the same mistake twice, Long Island native Lindsay Lohan arrived at the Los Angeles county morgue nearly 90 minutes early Friday morning for her scheduled community service.
Lohan was supposed to be at the morgue at 7 a.m. but arrived at 5:35 a.m., according to People.
Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter told The Associated Press she arrived "real early," had her orientation and began working before 8 a.m. Her publicist, Steve Honig, stated in an email that Lohan was outside the morgue more than an hour before it opened, according to the AP.
On Thursday, the “Mean Girls” star was turned away from the morgue when she arrived late. She said she had gotten lost.
Earlier this week a judge revoked her probation for missing scheduled community service appointments for the 360 hours she has to complete for stealing a necklace. Lohan is required to head to the morgue twice a week until her next court date on Nov. 2.