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Kim Richards isn't stepping up to the plate to perform her court-mandated community service, so says a prosecutor in her drunken arrest case.

The former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was called into a Los Angeles courtroom on Feb. 24 to explain why she has yet to perform any of her 30 days of community service. She has previously said she can't do hard labor because of a foot injury, but the prosecutor said that was all hogwash because she's been spotted in photos wearing high heels on the red carpet.

Before a judge, prosecutors alleged that she wouldn't be in heels if she were so injured, and the judge agreed.

TMZ said the judge in this case ordered the former reality TV star to report to the court on June 1 with one of two things: a doctor's note indicating why she can't do community service, or proof that she is enrolled in a community service program.

What's not known is when the alleged red carpet photos came from that the prosecutor was referring to, although there is an Instagram photo of Kim wearing heeled boots over the holidays.

Last September a judge did Kim a solid by letting her avoid time behind bars for her April arrest in which she had a drunken meltdown at the Beverly Hill Hotel in Los Angeles. After hiding out in a restroom, police said she kicked an officer. She's was charged with trespass, resisting arrest, battery on a police officer and being drunk in public.

In her plea bargain, the former reality star was also placed on three years probation and ordered to stay 100 yards away from the Beverly Hill Hotel. Aside from the 30 days of community service, she was also ordered to attend an alcoholics anonymous class every week for a year

It's been a rough go for the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star. In August she was arrested for shoplifting from Target and she was even reportedly homeless and living out of her car. She's maintained that since September of 2015 she's is sober and healthy. Also, on a recent episode of "RHOBH," Kyle Richards, Kim's sister, said the two are beginning to slowly repair their once-fractured relationship.