06 Feb '11, 1am

Here we go again: Lindsay Lohan may face charges of grand theft over stealing a US$2,500 necklace

Here we go again: Lindsay Lohan may face charges of grand theft over stealing a US$2,500 necklace

Lindsay Lohan's attorney is denying allegations that the actress stole a US$2,500 (S$3,186) necklace. -- PHOTO: AP LOS ANGELES - LINDSAY Lohan's attorney said Saturday that her client did not steal a US$2,500 (S$3,186) necklace and would fight any charges if they are filed. The statement from attorney Shawn Chapman Holley was the first official word from the actress' camp since police revealed they were investigating the troubled starlet for grand theft. 'We vehemently deny these allegations and, if charges are filed, we will fight them in court, not in the press,' Ms Holley said. Kamofie & Co, a Venice custom jewelry store, reported the necklace stolen on Jan 22, roughly three weeks after the actress was released from three months of court-ordered rehab at the Betty Ford Center. Police obtained a search warrant on Tuesday to try to retrieve the necklace from Lohan's house...

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