Surveillance Video of Lohan's Alleged Jewelry Store Theft Sold
She pleaded no contest earlier this month on a felony theft charge.
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Video from alleged Lohan jewelry heist sold.
LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- The jewelry store Lindsay Lohan is accused of stealing from just cashed in on their surveillance video and prosecutors are fit to be tied, TMZ reports.
TMZ confirms that the video of the alleged jewelry store heist has been sold and is causing big problems for the lawyers in the case; it could especially ruin the prosecutor's case.
Kamofie & Co, the store that accused Lohan of stealing a gold necklace, has been working with a broker for the last few days working numbers, trying to get the best deal possible, from several media outlets dying to get their hands on the video, said TMZ.
Lohan has always said the necklace was a loan, however the jeweler differs.
This case will focus on the intent and if the jeweler admits in front of a jury that is was just an easy way to get some fast cash from the media; the store stands to lose its credibility.
TMZ confirms that lawyers in the case have been trying to discourage Kamofie from selling the tape with no luck.
There is no word yet on how this could affect negotiations for a plea bargain.
In the next few days, Lindsay's attorney, Shawn Holley and Danette Meyers, prosecutor, will meet with Judge Keith Schwartz and sources tell TMZ that Holley is trying to get a short jail sentence from the judge if Lindsay goes for a plea bargain.
Earlier this month Lohan pleaded no contest on a felony theft charge in the jewelry heist case.