Lindsay Lohan is never at fault. She's just an easy target. So says Lindsay Lohan.
The alleged jewelry bandit is complaining to friends and family that members of the District Attorney's office are "out to get me" and using her to get elected.
Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers, who oversees Lindsay's probation DUI case, will likely a the felony grand theft complaint against the star this week.
The charge relates to the allegation that Lohan stole a $2,500 necklace from a jewelry store in Venice, Calif., which she claims was merely loaned to her.
Lindsay's attorney, Shawn Chapman Holley, the hardest working woman in L.A., met with Meyers on Monday, and the result was another day of freedom.
Lohan was believed to be facing arrest yesterday, then today. But now "Lindsay's fate won't be decided for at least a day or more," one source said.
"As of right now, the case is still under review."Holley has been out of town for business, and it's unlikely that Myers would charge Lindsay with was out of town. She supposedly returns this evening.
Meyers disputed Lindsay's assertion that she's being targeted, saying: "The D.A.'s Office has been fair and compassionate in prosecuting Ms. Lohan."
"The same fairness and justice will be applied in determining whether or not to file charges in the present manner. I think her lawyer would agree with this statement. I believe justice was administered fairly and equitably."
Meyers is running for District Attorney of Los Angeles, but before Lindsay jumps to conspiracy theories against her, she needs a geography lesson.
"Because of where the crime took place, it falls under Meyers' jurisdiction," but wouldn't if the theft took place in the Valley or Malibu, reports say.
"Lindsay has no idea the amount of trouble she is in now. The surveillance video is going to be the strongest evidence against her," the source adds.
Nor will returning it help her. "Just because the necklace was returned to cops, and the warrant wasn't executed didn't compromise the case."
Another reason to worry: "Meyers doesn't mess around when it comes to felony charges, and she's unimpressed with Lindsay's celebrity status."
Once Lindsay is charged with felony grand theft, she will have to formally surrender, and an arraignment date set. Look for that by week's end.