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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.

“Caught ya, suckas.”

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.





Court Chronicles: LiLo

This idiot jeweler keeps changing their story.

And it’s helping Lindsay’s case. First, she said that Lindsay came in the store three times before in the same day, looking at the necklace she allegedly stole. Then she changed her story and said Lindsay was originally looking at a pair of ear rings.

First inconsistency.

She also said that the security tape showed Lindsay reaching around her neck and putting the necklace in her Chanel bag, when in fact it just showed her walking out of the store with a male friend with the necklace around her neck.

Second inconsistency.

Finally, the jeweler brought the fact that an incident like this has happened before with Lindsay, and it may actually help her case. According to the jeweler, Lindsay was trying on a pair of ear rings the week prior to the alleged theft, and walked out with one of the ear rings still in her ear with out realizing it. She also left her own MORE EXPENSIVE ear rings on the counter. The clerk brought it to her attention and Lindsay laughed, apologized and put her ear rings back in.

“Aw shucks, I’m so forgetful..”

Friends close to Lindsay say she is very scatterbrained and does things like this all the time. The goal is just to create reasonable doubt for the jury, and I think they’ve got plenty to do so.


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Court Chronicles: LiLo

Here we go again, Lindsay Lohan is headed back into the courtroom.

She seriously can’t help but stay out of trouble!

The Los Angeles County DA said that Lindsay will be charged with Felony Grand Theft, and the case will be filed as early as Monday. I am one Annoyed Anthony.

I still don’t think Lindsay did it, why would she have a reason to steal a necklace that is $2500 when retailers are throwing her exotic cars and $25,000 necklaces?

Lindsay is sticking to her story; that she was wearing the necklace on loan, and it wasn’t returned on time. The only snag is that she was wearing it a WEEK after the alleged loan took place. Whoopsie. (She also says that she wouldn’t have done the paperwork for the loan, she leaves that to “her people.”)

I love everything she wears, but espesh a good product placement. Those leather paneled leggings are from her collection. 6126.


If Linz gets convicted (I’m thinking she won’t, despite the case against her being strong. Something is off.) she will face up to three years in state prison.


That was in caps, and italic, it means I’m growing frantic.

Gloria Allred, you’re up. Put an end to all this shit before I have to start watching what Kate Hudson is wearing. I have to find another hippie, but she is pregnant, and a slut. Not great.

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Some Luck for La Lohan!

SomeĀ caveatsĀ 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.


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