Lindsay Lohan is going to see dead people.
As part of her community service, the Hollywood starlet will work as a janitor at the Los Angeles County coroner’s office, according to published reports Monday. A judge sentenced the actress to 120 days in prison on top of the 480 hours of community service.
Part of that community service will also take place at a Women’s Center on Los Angeles’ skid row.
“She'll be doing basic janitorial work," Coroner Assistant Chief Ed Winter told People.com. "She won't be handling any dead bodies but she'll certainly see them."
Lohan, 24, has done it before. She completed eight hours of community service at the morgue in 2008 following her second drunk driving conviction.
The rehab regular is in trouble again for violating the terms of her probation after allegedly making off with a gold chain from a jewelry store and failing to return it. She’s currently out on bail while she appeals the judge’s ruling.
She needs to get working within a week, and has a year to complete the 480 hours.