Lindsay Lohan has a long history of shady behavior, including stealing.
That's what the L.A. District Attorney will try to convince a judge and jury in the star's upcoming felony grand theft trial, provided the train wreck doesn't accept a plea deal that will send her to jail for a negligible amount of time.
If she does decide to take her chances at trial, Lohan, who stands accused of ganking a $2,500 necklace, can expect D.A. Danette Myers to provide a nice rundown of the past incidents in which Lindsay has been accused of such things.
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"There is very damaging information about Lindsay's past thefts, including a stolen Rolex, which a friend of hers reported as stolen last April 2010," says an insider.
This will be made public if she doesn't take the plea deal, the source adds, saying Lindsay was investigated by the L.A. County Sheriff's Department last spring.
The watch was valued at a shocking $35K, and like the current theft case, Linds was photographed wearing the watch. Lohan wasn't charged then. Why, you ask?
"The victim became uncooperative as soon as the watch was returned," the source said, noting that Meyers "wants to know if there was a financial pay off."