The star of Mean Girls was required to complete community service of 240 hours. The service is unpaid work and was part of her punishment for her 2012 reckless driving offense.
She is now due to show proof she completed the 240 hours by next Wednesday when he goes before the judge again.
Insiders have said that Lohan is nowhere close to finishing the 240 hours of community service.
Lohan was due to finish her service originally by November 6, 2014, but her attorney told the court at that time she had done just 120 of the 240 hours. The judge gave the actress additional time to fulfill her obligation.
The movie star is expected to claim at her hearing on Wednesday that she ran into difficulties because the London, England community service facility closed for a period of two weeks over the holiday season.
She also was hospitalized when she contracted Chikungunya, an untreatable, debilitating virus caused by a mosquito bite.
Prosecutors however, might not accept that kind of excuse as she was infected with the virus while in Bora Bora vacationing, time she could have used to complete her community service. They could request that she serve time for failing to complete the 240 hours.
This kind of thing is not new to Lohan. She has not abided by punishments the court had ordered in the past.
In 2009 as well as 2010, Lohan failed to finish alcohol education courses. In addition, she missed a court hearing in 2010, claiming she had been stranded in France after her passport had been stolen.
In 2013, she arrived late at another court hearing after missing her flight. In 2010, her probation was revoked after she was found to have cocaine in her system.