NEW YORK(CBSNewYork) — Lindsay Lohan was a no-show on Tuesday for her court ordered community service.

As CBS2’s Jill Nicolini reported, she could be sent to jail if she doesn’t finish by May 28.

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Lohan is slated to complete her service at the Duffield Children’s Center in Brooklyn. She was not seen on Tuesday.

“She will be doing her community service with us. She will not be here today. There’s some things that need to be managed before she can start,” Ivonne Lopez, Director of Early Childhood Education, said.

On Monday, the 28-year-old posted on social media that she was, ‘happy to be home in NYC with family and friends,’ and was, ‘ready to help.’

Even her mother posted on twitter #HomeWithHerFamily showing her daughter’s instagram post.

Lohan needs to complete the final 125 hours by the required May 28 deadline. If she starts on Wednesday and continued for the next 16 days she would need to work about 7.8 hours a day including weekends and the Memorial Day holiday, which some say will be impossible to get done.

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If she doesn’t the judge said there will be consequences.

“The judge basically indicated that he looks at this as a very serious event. She’s been given community service,” attorney Barry Slotnick said, “Chances are she’s not going to complete it and chances are she’s not going to jail.”

CBS2’s Nicolini reached out to her publicist and attorney who both have ‘no comment’ on her whereabouts, but with Lilo’s track record some are wondering if she is even in New York.

“No, she’s in New York partying!” one man said.

Lohan is expected to work alongside children in their classrooms as well as do administrative work.

The Duffield Children’s Center said parents were being notified that Lohan would be working there to complete her community service.

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