The Countess Tells Lindsay Lohan How to Survive the Dead
LuAnn tells LiLo to keep "a good attitude" about her creepy community service.
Lindsay Lohan has 120 hours of court-ordered time at the Los Angeles County coroner's office ahead of her... And that's not a bad thing, according to LuAnn de Lesseps.
The Real Housewives of New York City star writes in her weekly "What Would the Countess Do?" column for OK! Magazine that a little time with the dead might just what she needs. "Lindsay Lohan's community service at the L.A. Morgue will be a humbling and educational experience for her," she writes.
A judge sentenced Lindsay to 120 hours at the Los Angeles County coroner's office and 360 hours at a women's center for violating probation originally stemming from a 2007 drunk driving case. The Countess advises that the actress "should approach her work with a good attitude and keep negative comments to herself." The RHONY star also says, "Making a few (living) friends at the morgue will make the time pass faster and the experience more pleasant."
Lindsay's judicial woes may be having an effect. The suddenly political starlet tweeted on April 18, "pls twt/impt 2 us Sen. Feinstein & @OrrinHatch Let's Stop Putting Our Kids In Prison! Pass #YouthPromiseAct Now!" Future Trump running mate?
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