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Lohan's lawyer denies necklace was stolen

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Image Credit: John Sciullli/Getty Images Lindsay Lohan’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, issued a statement to press Saturday, insisting that the actress was innocent of claims that she had stolen a $2,500 necklace: “We vehemently deny these allegations,” the statement read, “and, if charges are filed, we will fight them in court, not in the press.” The same day, Internet reports surfaced that the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office would file felony grand theft charges against the actress on Monday. A spokesperson for the DA’s Office told EW that whatever charges will be filed against Lohan are unknown at this time.

On Feb. 2, police confirmed that Lohan was under investigation for the alleged jewelry theft.

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