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Lindsay Lohan’s surveillance video likely to work against her

HollywoodNews.com: It is being rumored that the jewelry store’s surveillance video of the day Lindsay Lohan allegedly stole the necklace will not be helping the actress’ case.

As of now, it is being reported that the video shows a friend of Lindsay’s talking to the store clerk and possibly distracting that person while she commits the crime, states RadarOnline.com. Lindsay reportedly puts her necklace back on and never removes the store’s necklace.

This is allegedly known as “distraction theft” and the video is rumored to be a pretty strong piece of evidence against the actress. Now that Lindsay’s team has reportedly received the video, she may be pleading in the case instead of taking her chances with a trial.

Do you think Lindsay Lohan knowingly stole the necklace?

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One Comment

  • March 8, 2011 | Permalink |

    “and possibly distracting that person while she commits the crime”. Wow, way to pre-suppose it was a crime, OOPS! But using this logic, of making ASSumptions. The store has already been caught in at least two acts of deception since the case began. One they claimed that she put the necklace in her purse, only to later retract that after police demanded the videos be turned over into evidence. As it turns out, she never put the item in her purse. Also the store that is known for lending out jewelry to celebrities in exchange for publicity SOLD the video for money and more publicity! At this point, the store owners are looking more deceptive than Lindsay is. — You set up all this article to make it seem like a theft, even though you don’t know if it is. Then you bait the commentors with gee “Do you think Lindsay Lohan knowingly stole the necklace?”. You know they will all say yes because 99% of the people won’t bother to think it through (For what ever reason). Here I was thinking you wouldn’t write something biased after I read 8 others from you. Guess I was wrong..

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