Saturday, March 12, 2011
Lindsay Lohan has two weeks to reach an agreement where stolen necklace
The judge decided today to take two weeks to actress Lindsay Lohan to reach agreement on the alleged theft of a necklace in California with the owners of the jewelry and thus avoid re-entering prison.
In February, Lohan, 24, pleaded not guilty to the theft of a necklace valued at $ 2,500 at a jewelry store in Venice Beach, California, and since then the parties have not been able to reach an agreement, so the judge has chosen to extend the deadline until March 25.
Failure to reach a deal with the prosecution, the controversial actress faces up to three years in federal prison for violating probation, according to several U.S. newspapers today pick.
When he was accused of theft, Lohan was on probation for a cause that began in 2007 when he was arrested for drunken driving, and that complications after repeatedly violating court orders.
The owner reported the theft of jewelry to the police department in Los Angeles on January 22, whose research found evidence linking Lohan in the case.