Lindsay Lohan's New Job: Cleaning a Morgue

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She also must 360 hours of community service at a Los Angeles homeless shelter.

She's going to be seeing dead people.

As a result of being found in violation of probation, Lindsay Lohan will be collecting trash, emptying trash bins, mopping floors and cleaning windows and restrooms at the L.A. County Department of Coroner's facility. 

 "She won't be handling any dead bodies but she'll certainly see them,” Coroner Assistant Chief Ed Winter tells People of the actress, 24, who also has been ordered to complete 360 hours of service at the Downtown Women's Center, a homeless shelter located in L.A.'s Skid Row. 
Lohan must enroll in the two programs within a week and has a year to complete them, according to People.
The actress – who previously completed a DUI morgue program following her second drunk-driving conviction 2007 – remains free on $75,000 bail (she was sentenced to 120 days behind bars Friday).
The trial in her grand theft charge begins June 3. If convicted, she faces a maximum penalty of an additional year in jail.