The Mean Girls star raced against time to complete 125 hours of volunteer work after her previously logged hours in London were rejected by a judge, who questioned their legitimacy.

Lohan worked eight hours a day for two weeks at the Duffield Children's Center in Brooklyn, New York to fulfil her required service, and on Wednesday, Santa Monica Chief Deputy City Attorney Terry White confirmed she had completed her obligations.

On Thursday, Lohan's lawyer, Shawn Holley, appeared in court in California, where a judge signed off on the hours and officially lifted her probation.