Court delays hearing on Lindsay Lohan's community service

A court has delayed a hearing on concerns about community service done by Lindsay Lohan as part of her sentence in a reckless driving case.

A judge in Santa Monica postponed the session set for Wednesday after a city prosecutor called in sick.

The concerns involve inquiries by the prosecutor about Lohan's service with a London charity. The actress was ordered to complete 240 hours of community service as part of the 2012 case.

Chief Deputy City Attorney Terry White said at a hearing last month that he had questions about Lohan's service that included arranging meet-and-greets with disadvantaged children at her London performances of "Speed-the-Plow."

White had said he doubted Lohan completed 80 hours of community service in nine days, as documentation presented by Lohan's attorney claimed. He said if he is able to show that Lohan didn't complete the hours as stated in court filings, he would seek jail time for the star.

Lohan's attorney Shawn Holley said Wednesday that White had received responses to his questions from the community service director.

The hearing was rescheduled for Feb. 25.