Skip to comments.Video airs of Lohan leaving store with necklace
Posted on 03/07/2011 7:23:51 PM PST by Perdogg
Lindsay Lohan is shown in surveillance video broadcast Monday texting and trying on multiple pieces of jewelry in front of a clerk in a Southern California store that has accused her of stealing a $2,500 necklace.
Snippets of the footage taken by four cameras in the Venice store of Kamofie & Co. were aired by "Entertainment Tonight" along with analysis by attorneys not handling the case.
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There are certain people who like to take chances. These are not all dare devil motorcycle riders etc. Some like to steal things and not get caught. They are risk takers.
Most people channel it into trying a desperate play in football, or blowing up a pillbox during a was.
For people like Lohan, it involves beating the system and not getting caught. This a bit like training the Spartans to steal but not get caught. In the Spartan case it makes you a valuable warrior. In Lohans it just makes you a criminal.
Got one word, pitiful. Fame is nothing but a curse to so many.
Lohan has driven away anyone who ever cared about her and is now surrounding herself with sycophants and wannabes who will not protect her from herself. I would not be surprised to hear when she is found dead of a drug overdose.
I see she’s had lip injections. I have yet to see a starlett whose lip injections didn’t look totally fake.
They look very kissable.
That pic is an obvious fake. Nobody’s nose is that perfect.
Somewhere I saw the video online don’t remember where but you can see the persn with her distract the sallesclerk and Lohan leaving with the necklace.I’ll be very surpsed if they don’t send her to jail for ths one.
Somewhere I saw the video online don’t remember where but you can see the persn with her distract the salesclerk and Lohan leaving with the necklace.I’ll be very surprised if they don’t send her to jail for ths one.
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