Although it took her all of her 20s to get there, Lindsay Lohan is officially off probation.
On Thursday, a judge signed off on the 28-year-old actress' community service hours, agreeing with Lohan and her lawyer, Shawn Holley, that the troubled star has completed 125 hours of community service stemming from a 2012 reckless driving case.
"Hard work pays off," the Mean Girls star Instagrammed on Thursday. "Thank you to all those that allowed me to volunteer while in nyc. God bless you all. Amen ?✔️?"
PHOTO: Lindsay Lohan Finally Shows Up for Community Service Duty
She also tweeted that she was looking forward to a "clean slate" and a "fresh start."
In February, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mark Young tacked on 125 hours to her 240 hours of community service, when the court had issues with what Lohan was counting as community service -- such as a meet-and-greet with fans of her London play Speed-the-Plow, and allowing young people to shadow her. She was given additional time to complete the remaining hours in New York -- or face jail time -- and Lohan obviously complied with court orders.
All throughout this month, Lohan's been spotted getting her community service done at both the Duffield Children's Center and the TLC Women's Shelter, both in New York City.
Lohan's actually been on probation since her 2007 run-in with the law for drug possession and DUI.
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Earlier this month, legendary actress Jane Fonda -- who starred with Lohan in 2007's Georgia Rule -- offered her one-time co-star the chance to come live with her to "get a sense of what normal is supposed to be like." Watch below: