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Lindsay Lohan 'better than ever' after 8-year probation

LINDSAY Lohan - who recently came off probation for the first time in eight years - is doing well in both her personal and professional life, her mother Dina has claimed.

Dina told RadarOnline.com: "She's happier than eve. She's getting movie offers right and left."

Lindsay - who has been to rehab six times - marked the end of her legal troubled late last month after completing 125 hours of community service as part of her punishment stemming from a reckless driving incident in 2012.

The 28-year-old star helped out with the gardening at a women's shelter in New York to clock up some of her hours and also volunteered at the Duffield Children's Centre in Brooklyn.

After completing her punishment, Lindsay vowed to make a "fresh start" with her "clean slate".

She said: "I am very grateful to those at Brooklyn Community Services, Duffield and The Ali Forney Center for welcoming me into their services and allowing me to finish my court ordered Community Service hours.

"Thank you to Shawn [Holley, lawyer] and everyone involved for having faith in me and supporting me in getting the job done.

"I look forward to working with The Ali Forney Center and BCS in the future. Thank you for the inspiration. Clean slate. Fresh start. Bless."

The 'Freaky Friday' actress was ordered to do more hours in February after a Los Angeles judge criticised certain tasks she had counted as part of her original punishment, including a meet-and-greet sessions with fans in London.



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