Once again failing to realize that normal people face consequences of their actions, Lindsay Lohan believes that other people are simply out to ruin her.
She will be charged with felony grand theft this week. Maybe it was, as she claims, a misunderstanding. But it doesn't just happen if people dislike you.
Lohan says she's become an easy target for people looking to hurt her, telling pals, "People just don't believe me and know I'm in a vulnerable position."
Lohan thinks the jewelry store owner accusing her of stealing a $2,500 necklace is seizing the moment by concocting a story that Lindsay stole the piece.
Lindsay insists it was loaned to her.
Despite the difficult of proving she knowingly planned to steal the piece and then executed that plan, the D.A. is likely to file charges as soon as today.
And, while she insists she's a victim, LiLo is "very nervous" about the prospect of returning to jail, telling people that "Nothing is worth going back."State prison could actually be where she ends up if convicted, but even if that doesn't happen, the ordeal could constitute another probation violation.
We'll have to stay tuned on that, but she is likely to face the music imminently, one way or the other. She may even be handcuffed and dragged off.
No decision has been made on whether an arrest warrant will be issued, or whether the police will arrange her surrender with Lohan and her lawyer.
It all depends on the message they're trying to send. A public arrest of Lohan, wherever she happens to be at that moment, would be something else.