Lindsay Lohan will enter a plea of no contest to the misdemeanor theft charge she faces over the alleged necklace theft she commented earlier this spring.
Despite insisting she is innocent, Lindsay is committed to what she told Jay Leno this week – she wants to accept responsibility and move on with her life.
As a result, Lohan and lawyer Shawn Holley will go back to Judge Stephanie Sautner as early as next week to enter a plea and end the case. Then what?
Lindsay was already sentenced to 120 days in jail for a probation violation, along with 480 hours of community service, at a preliminary hearing last week.
By pleading no contest to the theft charge, Lindsay is banking on Judge Sautner not adding additional prison time onto the 120 days for the theft charge.
In other words, LiLo serves 120 days for the probation violation and that’s that.
Given that she had the option of a plea deal (which she turned down) to serve less than that for the theft charge originally, that’s how it’ll likely go down.
Assuming it does, what do you think of Lohan’s jail sentence?