An arrest warrant could be issued for troubled actress Lindsay Lohan after failing to complete her community service hours.
In February, Lindsay Lohan, 28, was ordered by a judge to complete 125 hours of community service by the end of the month.
So far, according to TMZ, Lindsay Lohan has completed fewer than 20 hours.
These hours, which stem from her 2012 reckless driving case, have been an issue for the actress for quite some time.
Earlier this year, Lindsay Lohan tried to say that she had completed her service, but a judge scoffed at her, as she passed off fan meet-and-greets in London as community service. The judge threw out 125 of the claimed hours and ordered her to do actual community service.
A status hearing is set for May 7, wherein the prosecutor is most likely to ask the judge to issue a warrant for Lindsay Lohan’s arrest, according to TMZ.
The warrant would be for a misdemeanor.