Lindsay Lohan got credit for 18 hours of community service for doing meet and greets with fans who went to see her London play … and that’s why the prosecutor is furious. It’s pretty stunning … Community Service Volunteers in London submitted docs to the court in Lindsay’s probation case Wednesday … listing 5 meet and greets following her performances in “Speed-the-Plow.” According to the docs, each hangout lasted 3 HOURS!
But wait … it gets even more bizarre … CSV gave 5 lucky probationers a total of 70 hours with Lindsay … providing them with “work shadowing experience.” In other words, young people who needed to be taught a lesson followed Lindsay by way of example. The other thing … she’s not even working right now. Prosecutor Terry White wants 2 weeks to get to the bottom of it before he makes a recommendation to the judge. Lindsay’s lawyer, Shawn Holley, told the judge Lindsay merely complied with CSV rules.