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Lindsay Lohan will be officially charged this Wednesday with felony grand theft when she enters a Los Angeles courtroom.
Lohan is being sued after a Venice jewelry store owner claimed she stole a $2,500 necklace from their store, while Lohan claims it was only being borrowed with the owners blessings.
Not only did Lohan simply walk out of the story wearing the necklace, she was later photographed with the jewelry around her neck, only turning it over to police after they issues a search warranty on her Venice house last week.
Lohan will appear before the judge at 1:30 PM PT onMore >
Lindsay Lohan’s excuse for walking out of a jewelry store with a piece the owner says she ripped off was that the store let her borrow the thing on loan.
The store basically called BS on that, saying they don’t just loan stuff out. There are insurance requirements and lots of paperwork required beforehand.
Apparently the L.A. County District Attorney agrees with the owner. Sources say that officials will soon file felony grand theft charges against Lindsay.
Lindsay’s freedom in the great necklace caper is riding on her claim that the Venice, Calif., jewelery store owner loaned her theMore >
Looks like World War III has been called off, or at least put on hold.
Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson struck a truce over LiLo moving next door to Sam in Venice, Calif., which caused a minor uproar earlier this week.
Reports say Lohan, who just got out of rehab and “had no idea” she was moving in to the condo directly next door to her ex, apologized to Ronson for it.
Sam not only bought it, they left things on good terms. Go figure!
CLOSE QUARTERS: Seriously. This is how close the former lovers are living to each other, which Linds says is total coincidence. [Photo: Pacific Coast More >
(HMG) – This summer’s Shakespeare in the Park production of The Merchant of Venice featuring Al Pacino as Shylock, is apparently so good, you’ll have a chance to see the play this fall and winter, when it moves to Broadway. The Merchant of Venice began performances at Central Park’s Delacorte Theatre on June 12 in repertory with The Winter’s Tale, and will play its final performance on August 1. The play will then show at the Broadhurst Theater from October 19 through January 9, for a total of 78 performances. Directed by Daniel Sullivan, it will be produced by the Public Theater withMore >