Funny, Lindsay Lohan never has trouble finding the entry-way into L.A.'s hottest nightclubs.
The actress was turned away from her community-service appointment Wednesday at the Los Angeles County Morgue because she was 20 minutes late -- a delay her publicist said was partially caused because she couldn't find the front door to the facility.
"Lindsay arrived at the morgue approximately 20 minutes late and will be returning for orientation tomorrow," her spokesman, Steve Honig, said in a statement. "Her lateness was due to a combination of not knowing what entrance to go through and confusion caused by the media waiting for her arrival. Lindsay spoke with the supervisors at the morgue, they showed her how to get in and everything is all cleared up."
For his part, assistant chief coroner Ed Winter called B.S. on the whole excuse, noting that Lohan has been to the facility before.
"She's been here before, she was given directions, and as far as we know, she knows how to get here," Winter told reporters.
Lohan was released on $100,000 bail Wednesday after a judge revoked her probation -- the decision followed Lohan's failure to complete a previously mandated schedule of community service at the morgue.
She now has until Nov. 2 to complete 16 hours of work at the facility.