Some Luck for La Lohan!
Some caveats in the Grand Theft Jewelry case against Lindsay have popped up.
The owner of Kamofie & Company says Linz walked out with the necklace on January 22nd. She tried contacting Lindsay Lohan’s people to return the $2,500 necklace on that same day but couldn’t get in touch with anyone. (Probably because they were all at the event Lindsay alleged the necklace was loaned to her for in the first place.) But she didn’t call the LAPD until the 23rd.
Second issue: The owner could have simply walked down the street and knocked on Lindsay’s door at any point..
Yesterday I said the DA will have to prove that Lindsay had clear intent to steal said necklace from Kamofie & Company.
1) Lindsay claims the necklace was loaned to her for an event, and not returned on time.
2) Jewelers are constantly throwing themselves at Lindsay to wear their stuff. (Not to mention, in January a friend of Lindsay’s gave her a necklace valued at ten times the amount of the alleged stolen necklace..)
Once again, Lindsay and I are on the same page.
“Dude, you can’t be serious.”
I’ve got your back girl.
Editor-In-Chief of Fagazine,