Actress Lindsay Lohan and her lawyer are living in their own little world. It doesnÂ’t matter that there are pictures of Linds wearing a stolen, oops, missing, $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store in Venice, California. It also doesnÂ’t seem to matter that the missing necklace was returned to the police by LindsayÂ’s stylist before the police could search LindsayÂ’s apartment, and there doesnÂ’t even to seem to be a good reason why the actress had the necklace to begin with. What is important is that Lindsay and her lawyer are denying everything.
Even so, the Los Angeles County district attorney is still considering a felony theft charge against the actress.
According to CNN, LohanÂ’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, said on Saturday, "We vehemently deny these allegations and, if charges are filed, we will fight them in court, not in the press."
Sandi Gibbons, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney denied a media report that a decision had already been made to charge the actress.
"The case remains under review," Sandi Gibbons said. "When we make a decision, we will let everyone know."
If charges are pressed against Lindsay she could find herself back in jail with yet more problems. She is on probation for drunk driving and the judge overseeing her case said that the actress would be back in the slammer for 180 days if she violated probation rules before her next court appearance on February 25.
The actress left the Betty Ford clinic a month ago after three months in a drug rehabilitation program and in that short amount of time has found herself in trouble even before the stolen, umm, missing, necklace.
Lindsay Lohan was also previously involved in a Â“missingÂ” fur coat that she was seen wearing in photographs. The owner of the coat saw the picture and made sure the coat was returned to her.
Lindsay thinks that sheÂ’s entitled to anything she wants even if she has to Â“borrowÂ” it.