Lindsay Lohan has reported for duty at the Los Angeles morgue, arriving early for orientation one day after she was turned away for being late.
Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said the star arrived "real early" and is working after completing a brief orientation. The actress had been ordered to report at the coroner's facilities at 7am.
Lindsay's publicist, Steve Honig, wrote in an email that she arrived at the facility more than an hour before it opened.
On Thursday, coroner's officials turned the troubled actress away after she arrived 40 minutes late for an orientation session.
She has been ordered to complete 16 hours of service at the morgue before a November 2 court hearing when a judge will consider whether she violated the terms of her probation.
Earlier this week Lindsay was taken away in handcuffs after a judge found her in violation of her probation.
Judge Stephanie Sautner revoked her probation after the actress encountered problems during her community service assignment at a women's shelter.
It is the latest legal problem for the 25-year-old, who remains on probation for a 2007 drink-driving case and a misdemeanour theft case this year.