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Saturday, 12 February 2011 17:46
Judge Tells Lindsay Lohan She’s No Different with Stolen Necklace Felony Charge
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Lindsay Lohan once again was facing a judge on Wednesday.

But, this time, the man in the black robe, Judge Keith Schwartz, has the power to zap Lindsay Lohan right in the slammer for a long time.

Schwartz told Lohan that she is no different from anyone else.

"You're in a different situation now that a felony has been filed," Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz said after the actress pleaded not guilty Wednesday.

Lohan was arraignment on a charge that she stole a $2,500 necklace from an upscale jeweler.

 

 

Lohan in gem theft case: 'I would never steal' (AFP)
 

Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty to necklace theft (Reuters)


Lindsay Lohan charged with stealing necklace (AFP)


Lohan pleads not guilty to felony theft charge (AP)


Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty to theft (Reuters)


Lohan charged with stealing necklace (AFP)


Lohan charged with felony theft over necklace (AP)
 

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