Lindsay Lohan has completed her court-ordered community service and vowed to end her legal troubles once and for all after her probation is officially terminated.
The Hollywood actress has been working at the Los Angeles County Morgue and undergoing therapy sessions as part of her punishment for her 2011 conviction on a probation violation.
She completed her last therapy session on Tuesday and finished her final day at the morgue on Wednesday ahead of a final progress hearing with Judge Stephanie Sautner on Thursday, when her probation is expected to be ended.
Lohan spoke to reporters after her last day of community service and vowed never to set foot in court again after Thursday.
The actress told TMZ.com she was "very excited" to have reached her final day of community service, and when asked whether Thursday will mark her last ever appearance before a judge she said, "Yes."
Lohan also revealed she will be celebrating the end of her probation by having dinner with her younger sister, Ali.