No plea deal yet in Lohan necklace theft case
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A judge has told Lindsay Lohan that if she
accepts a plea deal on charges of stealing a necklace, she will go
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Keith Schwartz told the "Mean
Girls" actress that he would sentence her to jail if she pleaded
guilty or no contest to a charge filed after a jewelry store
reported at $2,500 necklace missing.
The judge said if Lohan doesn't accept a plea deal, the case
will go to a preliminary hearing when prosecutors will lay out
evidence against the actress.
The 24-year-old said she understood Schwartz's comments. She is
due back in court on March 10, when the case will either be
resolved or set for another hearing.
Details of the plea deal offered by prosecutors haven't been