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Lindsay Lohan was ‘loaned’ the necklace. Uh-huh. Right.

Lindsay Lohan was ‘loaned’ the necklace. Uh-huh. Right.
February 3, 2011 JEREMY FEIST
Lindsay Lohan

So Lindsay Lohan‘s latest fuck up is that she allegedly walked out of an Venice jewelery store wearing a necklace that she never paid for, and now it’s time for Lindsay to blame everyone but herself, because that’s just how she do. Anyway, Lindsay’s alibi this time is that the owner of the store allowed her to take the necklace on loan, because … why? It’s not like she’s going out anytime soon.

Lindsay Lohan’s defense to grand theft is that she was told by the owner of Kamofie & Company that she could take the necklace on loan … and the surveillance video doesn’t prove otherwise because there’s no audio. Sources connected with the case tell us … the fact that there’s no audio is Lindsay’s best hope to avoid prosecution. And Lindsay has two other things going for her … the jeweler knew where she lived and knew how to get in touch yet never contacted her about getting the necklace back. SOURCE

Sure why the hell not. It’s still a hell of a lot better than her original story:

“What, the necklace? It followed me home! It likes me! I was just walking down the street and the little guy just started walking behind me. We’re meant to be together! Also, that bottle of tequila also followed me home. And those baggies of cocaine too. They travel in packs!”