EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan Suspect In Jewelry Theft, Cops Seek Search Warrant For Her Home

Cops have asked a Los Angeles judge for a search warrant for Lindsay Lohan’s Venice Beach home because they suspect she has stolen a high end piece of jewelry, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

What’s more, RadarOnline.com has also learned that investigators told the court they have video of the 24-year-old Hollywood actress wearing the missing bling!

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“Lindsay is being accused of stealing high end jewelry, including a necklace,” one law enforcement source with knowledge of the situation told RadarOnline.com.

“A search warrant was requested Tuesday at the Airport Court to search Lindsay’s house for the item of jewelry in question.

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“Lindsay has been photographed and there is video of her wearing the jewelry she is accused of stealing.”

If the jewelry is valued at $5,000 or more, the Mean Girls starlet, who is relishing her freedom after jail and rehab, could be charged with a felony.


It’s unclear if the judge signed off on the search warrant.

Lohan is still on probation and is facing possible criminal charges after a violent incident with a former Betty Ford worker on December 12.

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Lohan was released from the clinic in Rancho Mirage, California, on January 3, after a 90-day stint in rehab.

She served the court-imposed stint in connection with her 2007 DUI conviction, as her repeated failures to meet the terms of her probation caused her to serve two stints in rehab — and two in jail — last year.

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Lohan’s next court appearance on that matter is scheduled for February 25.

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