Lindsay Lohan is really trying to pull out all the stops in her jewelry theft case. She has delayed and delayed it and even tried to have it delayed again by asking for a continuance due to tomorrow’s holiday.
Now, her lawyer is trying to have an expert devalue the cost of the necklace that she allegedly stole. The company that was stolen from, Kamofie, was selling the necklace for $2,500, but Lindsay’s people want us to believe that it was only worth $850.
Lindsay’s preliminary hearing is set for tomorrow, and her lawyer is trying everything to see that the charges are lessened. It is possible, but does the appraisal value really matter? The necklace was still taken and that’s wrong, either way you look at it. It had a price sticker on it of $2,500, so that’s what they wanted for it. Anything less than that is theft.
What do you think?