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Wednesday, 16 February 2011

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Another twist and turn in the Lindsay Lohan trial over a "stolen necklace" has been out this morning to go alongside all the other weird stuff, but that seems to describe the young lady's life over the past year or so.

This time, according to her close friends, Lohan had reportedly told them that she was trying to return a necklace to a store but couldn't recall which store she was in when she received it.

"Lindsay has been confused a lot lately and this is another fine mess she gotten herself into", stated one friend who asked not to be identified. "I don't think she even knew she had the thing for awhile but finding it brought some of whatever happened to her at the boutique back to her mind."

Lohan is still on probation for driving under the influence, missing a trial date, possibly peeing out a high-rise apartment window in Manhattan and several other arrests, now says that her lawyer tells her the necklace isn't worth as much as the boutique claims.

"If they have THAT big of a markup on jewelry, who's the crook here?", her lawyer asked a judge yesterday.

"Meanwhile Lindsay just sits looking off in the distance and mumbling something about a guy in a boutique wanting to give her a "necklace" according to those reporters allowed in the court.

"She also had the judge's gavel yesterday", one told us as he began dialing his magazine headquarters.

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