After spending 35 days confined to her Venice, CA townhouse, Lindsay Lohan is a free woman.
The “Mean Girls” babe was released from house arrest earlier this morning (June 29) and was later spotted heading out to chip away at her 480 hours of community service.
Carrying a box of muffins to take to the local women's shelter, LiLo said a few quick words to TMZ, as she joyously proclaimed, ""I'm excited to start community service and focus on my work."
Lohan's spokesman, Steve Honig, told the Associated Press that the actress is "very focused" on resuming her community service at a downtown Los Angeles women's shelter as well as cleaning the county morgue.
Last week, the troubled actress - who turns 25-years-old this weekend (July 2) - appeared in court after failing a sobriety test earlier in the month, however, Judge Stephanie Sautner determined that while Miss Lohan did test positive for alcohol, she did not violate her probation due to the fact that a previous judge only required drug and alcohol testing between January 3 - February 25, 2011.