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EXCLUSIVE: Michael Lohan Says Lindsay Is "Working Things Out" with Store Over Missing Jewels

Sep. 10 2009, Published 6:47 a.m. ET

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Things are looking up for Lindsay Lohan. She just landed a job as "artistic director" for the top design house Emanuel Ungaro, and now, according to her father Michael Lohan she's working out the unfortunate debacle involving $2 Million in missing jewels from the Beverly Hills store XIV Karats.

"I went over to the store myself and I spoke to the owner who told me that they were working it out with her," Michael told exclusively. "It seemed like everything was alright when they said that. They're dealing with Lindsay and the insurance company as well as the police."

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Lohan, who said he's also been working with detectives, told that while he's proud of Lindsay's new job at Ungaro, he believes her true calling is still acting.

"She has a lot of things to straighten out," he said. "Her primary thing is acting, but until she gets things in order, you know it's just one thing after another with her but yes, I am very proud of her."

One of the things getting in the way may be Lindsay's constant personal drama. Early Thursday morning the actress took to her Twitter page where she ranted about girlfriend Samantha Ronson:

Lindsay Lohan

"Can you make an attempt to not ruin ANYTHING positive that I have FINALLY deserved just to cry myself to sleep with your cheats, errors. You JUST told me that your friends are worth more than I am to your family and friends & that I'm gross. Thx."



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