The story is that there is no story, according to Lindsay Lohan.
The struggling starlet, who in advance of next week's probation hearing is once again the target of rumors that she's been lax about her community service and just doesn't appear to be taking this whole criminal-punishment thing seriously.
A source close to Lohan even told E! News that she isn't at all concerned about her court date. "Things always seem to go Lindsay's way with the judge and I think people are making a big deal out of this for nothing. I think she's going to be fine," the insider said.
But is that because she's been doing the right thing all along?
"I am not to be made an example of anymore," she tweeted today.
"I am working hard and fulfilling my obligations every single day, to the court as well as myself. If I travel, its [sic] for work and its been approved. As is anything I do when I leave the state. I'd appreciate it if people will just let me do what is asked of me, so that I can get my life back. Please ignore the reports which have no truth to them. Thank you."
Lohan's rep denied last month that she was dangerously behind on the 480 hours of community service she was sentenced to back in April. But a seemingly sudden switch from working at Los Angeles' Downtown Women's Center to an administrative-assistant post at the Red Cross got people wondering if she had messed up one too many times at the shelter and was booted.
The actress herself says she's on the up-and-up, but we'll know more once she gets to court on Wednesday.
"It is unclear at this point what is going to happen," L.A. City Attorney's Office spokesman Frank Mateljan tells E! News. "It is 1:21 [p.m. on Friday] and we have still not been contacted by the court. We do plan on getting in touch with the probation department. And once we have all the necessary information, we will make the necessary decision at that point."
—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum