Kim Richards has completed 450 hours of her court-ordered community service. Following a couple of arrests years ago, the child star turned "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was sentenced to community service for crimes and now, she's one step closer to closing the case against her.

Ahead of the December 19 premiere of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," TMZ shared a report with readers, revealing that Kim Richards' lawyer was in court earlier today to present a judge with proof that showed that Richards completed the required amount of community service.

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As the outlet explained, Richards was sentenced to community service after allegedly kicking a police officer after getting drunk at the Beverly Hills Hotel in April 2015.

Kim Richards is attending Alcoholics Anonymous classes

Kim Richards was reportedly originally sentenced to serve 30 days of labor but because prosecutors opted to cut her a break and push for a lighter sentence, she was instead given community service and required to attend a number of Alcoholics Anonymous classes.

As TMZ also revealed, Richards' team previously presented her judge with proof that she had enrolled in AA classes. While Richards has completed everything that is required of her as part of her sentence, she will remain on probation for about a year before her case is officially closed.

As fans of the reality series may recall, Richards' downward spiral in 2015 seemed to begin after she took one of her former husband's pain pills. However, her arrests weren't seen on the remainder of the show. Instead, a number of her co-stars, including Lisa Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd, were seen reacting to the shocking news.

Kim Richards left 'RHOBH' before season eight

After taking on a reduced role amid her arrest drama in 2015, Kim Richards decided to walk away from the Bravo TV series altogether.

While the former child star's younger sister, Kyle Richards, has continued to appear in the series in a full-time role, Richards will not be seen in any capacity during season eight and isn't expected to rejoin the series anytime in the near future.

To see more of Kim Richards' sister, Kyle, and her co-stars, including Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, Erika Girardi, Lisa Rinna, Camille Grammer, and Lisa Vanderpump, don't miss tonight's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season eight premiere on Bravo TV at 9 p.m.