Lindsay Lohan appears to be doing her best to make next week entirely uneventful.
Earlier today, the actress dropped off signed proof at the Santa Monica courthouse's probation office that she has completed 12 days of community service at the L.A. County morgue, a source exclusively tells E! News.
Judge Stephanie Sautner had ordered Lohan to do at least 12 days and attend four 45-minute psychotherapy sessions by her Dec. 14 progress hearing—or else spend more than a few hours in jail.
Presumably, Lohan isn't itching to feel the cold clasp of steel around her wrists again, so she did what she had to do.
There was that initial hiccup, when she tried to feed her fellow workers, and coroner's officials rejected her offers of burgers and cupcakes. But that was then.
Lohan has been "diligently fulfilling her community service," her rep Steve Honig tells us.
We'll see next Wednesday if the jail-threatening judge is impressed. Or at least pacified.