Lindsay Lohan's Dad Talks Daughter's Community Service Drama: 'Where There's a Will, There's a Way'

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As the clock ticks down toward Lindsay Lohan's date with the judge, she has less and less time to complete her 125 hours of community service.
Despite having three years to complete her court-ordered community service, Lindsay has reportedly only done about 10 of the required 125 hours. To give an idea of her predicament, at this point, even if the 28-year-old actress worked six hours a day, seven days a week, she still wouldn't get all her hours in before her May 28 due date.
A judge has told Lindsay that "there will be consequences" if she doesn't complete her community service on time, but there's one person who's not worried about the Mean Girls star making the deadline - her dad Michael Lohan.
"Where there's a will, there's a way, and when Lindsay wants to do something she does it," Michael told ET. "More importantly, if she has to do something, she does it."
Lindsay was seen in London on Saturday, but today she tweeted that she was back stateside and eager to get her hands dirty.
ET has learned that Lindsay has been approved to work at the Duffield Children's Center in the Fort Greene neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York.
Lindsay's community service order stems from a 2012 car accident in Los Angeles. Michael insists that since then, Lindsay has turned over a new leaf.
"She's totally clean and sober," Michael said. "I stay in touch with her constantly, and she's been doing really well."