Sensing a legal opening along with a chance to cause misdirection and play the victim, Lindsay Lohan is going to sue Kamofie & Company jewelry store.
Why? She claims they had no legal standing to sell the infamous surveillance tape and that Lohan never licensed the rights to use her image for profit.
Kamofie sold the rights to distribute the tape to the Associated Press for at least $40,000. Lindsay says it's just proof they're using her to cash in.
No word on when Lindsay plans to file suit. [Photo: Pacific Coast News]
A rep for Kamofie tells TMZ that "We regret to hear there is trepidation by Miss Lohan in connection with the video" but that they had no choice but to sell.
Don't ask us why selling footage of Lohan allegedly committing felony theft to a media outlet became an involuntary act, but that's what they're saying:
The statement continues, "We hope everyone understands this is beyond our control, the flood of the requests to see this video were too overwhelming."
"It was truly necessary to put it out."
Mmm hmm. Thoughts on Lohan?