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UPDATE: Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mark Young ended Lindsay Lohan's probation earlier this morning after going over her community service logs—which totaled 125 hours.

Young determined that the star had indeed completed her sentence, marking the first time in seven years that Lohan's been off probation.

Meanwhile, Lohan released the following statement in lieu of today's milestone:

"I am very grateful to those at Brooklyn Community Services, Duffield and The Ali Forney Center for welcoming me into their services and allowing me to finish my court ordered Community Service hours. Thank you to Shawn and everyone involved for having faith in me and supporting me in getting the job done. I look forward to working with The Ali Forney Center and BCS in the future. Thank you for the inspiration. Clean slate. Fresh start."

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Where there's a will, there's a way.

Despite the looming deadline, the actress has officially completed her community service obligations to the court, Santa Monica City Attorney Terry White confirms to E! News. "Hard work pays off. Thank you to all those that allowed me to volunteer while in nyc. God bless you all. Amen," LiLo wrote on Instagram.

Back in February, amid discrepancies over the amount of community service hours Lohan claimed to have completed, Judge Mark Young ordered the 28-year-old to complete 125 additional hours of service.

Months after the fact, it had appeared the Lohan finished less than 10 of those hours.

Then, in early May, the judge demanded that she complete her remaining 116 hours of service within three weeks. Young agreed to let Lohan complete her community service in New York during the hearing.

"If it is not done by May 28 there will be consequences," Young explained at the time.

Well, just in the nick of time, Lohan has finished her mandated community service hours just one day ahead of the deadline.

Lohan has been posting several photos of herself over the past several days, including one controversial shot of her the TLC Women's Shelter in New York City where she was dressed in a bra-baring mini dress.

"Gardening #TLC women's shelter," she captioned on Instagram. "#Habibti"

Lohan's ongoing community service stems from her 2012 car crash on the Pacific Coast Highway in Santa Monica. 

—Additional reporting by Lindsay Good.

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