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Tuesday, 8 February 2011

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The paparazzi talking to Sim Sol Fafisheen manager of the Casa de Bling Bling Jewelry Store.

VENICE BEACH - Well it appears that Lindsay Lohan's 'Flamingo Breeding Program' did not quite work.

Last week Lohan traveled down to the San Diego Zoo and purchased a dozen flamingos (six male and six female) in order to breed them in her Hollywood backyard.

Lindsay did this in order to stay out of trouble as she stated to the publicationThe West Hollywood Flaming Gazette.

"LiLo" was so sure that this was the ideal way for her to stay out of trouble and avoid having to go back to The Henry and Betty Ford Rehab Clinic.

But now, after La Lohan has allegedly been caught with a stolen $2,500 necklace which she said was actually 'lent' to her by the Casa de Bling Bling Jewelry Store in Venice Beach it appears that she may just skip the rehab clinic and head right straight to The Zsa Zsa Gabor Prison For Women.

Lohan is insisting that the jewelry store manager let her have the necklace on 'loan.'

Jewelry store manager Sim Sol Fafisheen told detectives with the Venice Beach Police Department that he has been the manager of the jewelry store ever since it first opened in 1989 and they have never lent out any jewelry not even to Elizabeth Taylor, Sophia Loren, Julia Roberts, Betty White, or Kathy Griffin.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: This does not look good for Lindsay "LiLo" Lohan at all. There is surveillance video of her actually taking the necklace. Film and video experts have stated that the person in the video is in fact Lindsay Lohan and they point to 17 matching freckles as proof.]

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