Court Chronicles: LiLo
The Grand Theft case against Lindsay Lohan is beginning to fall apart at the seams.
The necklace that Lohan allegedly swiped, when appraised at fairmarket value is only worth 800-1000 dollars, as opposed to the $2,500 Kamofie & Company was asking for it.
If the necklace is officially appraised at less than $950, California Law dictates that the charge must be reduced to petty theft.
The sentence for which would be 6 months in jail, significantly different than a year in prison. Lindsay’s lawyer said the prosecutor was trying for a higher value of the necklace to make a point against Lindsay.