LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Lindsay Lohan is returning to court to give a judge her second update on how she's faring under strict new probation requirements.
The hearing on Tuesday is expected to be much like Lohan's last progress update: short and without surprises.
The starlet has been doing cleanup work at the county morgue and attending psychotherapy sessions in an effort to avoid problems with her probation for separate drunken driving and theft cases.
Lohan's spokesman Steve Honig says the actress has made her community service her "primary focus" and is eager for Superior Court Judge Stephanie Sautner to receive the details.
The 25-year-old struggled with her probation until Sautner imposed a series of tough new rules, including monthly meetings with the court, in November.
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