As predicted, troubled star Lindsay Lohan was formally charged with a felony count of grand theft after allegedly bogarting a necklace from a jewelry store.
She's publicly denied it, and while that means little to us - she denies responsibility for everything - it all but guaranteed her plea of not guilty in court today.
The judge set bail at $20,000, which Lohan came prepared for and will likely post soon to secure her release. She's been around the block a time or two.
At least Lindsay Lohan arrived dressed to impress!
If convicted in the Venice, Calif., banditry, she could face three years in prison. Her history of thievery and other nonsense was a big reason charges were filed.
Lindsay Lohan has been remanded into custody after the judge gave her a stern admonishment, telling the train wreck "please don't push your luck."
The judge came down on her like a ton of bricks ... telling her "things will be different" this time and not to act like she's different than anyone else.Judge Keith Schwartz said Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, and prosecutor Danette Meyers, would meet to possibly reach a plea bargain.
For now, she stands accused of the felony, however, and has been warned: "If you violate the law, I will remand you and there will be NO BAIL."
The judge also revoked Lindsay's probation in the DUI case and set bail at $20,000 for that as well, so total bail for her latest disaster is $40,000.
Lohan was also ordered to refrain from contacting the jewelry store during the case. Lindsay has already posted the bail and will soon be free.
Further updates to follow ...
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