It looks Lindsay Lohan has managed to avoid getting reacquainted with the LA court system.
LiLo is considered to be a "person of interest" by police in a home jewelry theft that took place during a party she attended in Hollywood last week, but the alleged victim/homeowner has reportedly DROPPED his case. According to TMZ, he wrote a letter to police claiming that nothing was stolen from home. This is a huge 180 from the call he made to police last Sunday, claiming that several sunglasses and watches totaling $100,000 were stolen and that Lindsay invited the people over who robbed him.
Of course, doting father Michael Lohan found a way to squeeze his name into the situation for no reason whatsoever. "After personally speaking with the homeowner, there was NOTHING stolen from his home. Lindsay has no involvement and the owner has told the cops that," said Michael.
Even though the case is still being investigated and Lindsay is technically still a person of interest, it's unlikely the case will move forward if the victim retracts his accusation. This all begs a major question though: was there a bribe or payoff involved towards the homeowner? To think $100K worth of stuff is missing one day and then claim nothing was stolen is a pretty major error of judgment. We can't imagine even the richest of the rich would be that clueless about their own possessions.
Do you think Lindsay paid off the homeowner?
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