The owners of the Venice jewelry store from which Lindsay Lohan is accused of stealing a necklace announced Wednesday they plan to auction off the piece and donate the proceeds to charity.
Lindsay Lohan is back at the Airport Branch Courthouse Wednesday for a hearing that could determine whether charges of felony grand theft in the case of a stolen necklace can be resolved before trial.
Lindsay Lohan is free on $40,000 bail after pleading not guilty to felony grand theft charges involving a one-of-a-kind necklace whose owner puts its value at $2,500
Lindsay Lohan walked into a courtroom to face a felony grand theft charge looking like a million dollars, only to be told by a judge she was no different than anyone else.
Lindsay Lohan is due in court to face a new judge, and a new criminal charge, that could return the troubled starlet to jail rather than the big screen.
The District Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that they would file criminal charges against actress Lindsay Lohan in connection with allegations she stole a necklace from a jewelry store in Venice.
Lindsay Lohan could be charged as early as Monday with stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice jewelry store, according to celebrity Web site TMZ.com.
The Los Angeles Police Department is seeking a search warrant for Lindsay Lohan’s Venice home.