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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan's Post Court Plans -- Opening A Boutique With Mom Dina!


Feb. 10 2011, Published 4:20 a.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan wants to open her own boutique -- selling something she knows a little about -- jewelry and fashion!

The Mean Girls star, 24, is making plans to open two stores, one in Venice, California, and Soho, New York, in partnership with mother Dina, has exclusively learned.

"Both Dina and Lindsay love the fashion industry and are excited to do this together," a close family friend told

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The mother-daughter fashionistas have plans to sell both clothing and jewelry, we're told, while the rehabbed starlet splits her time between both coasts.

"Right now, Lindsay loves being in Venice in her new home and enjoys the walk into town," said the source.

As reported, Lohan entered a plea of not guilty to a felony grand theft charge at the Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles on Wednesday, before Superior Court Judge Keith L. Schwartz.

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He warned the starlet not to "push your luck" between now and her next courtroom appearance.

Lohan allegedly stole a $2,500 "one of a kind" necklace from a jewelry store in Venice Beach, California, as we first revealed.

While her mom was not in court, the pair have been in constant contact according to the pal, discussing their grand plan.

"Lindsay and her mom will be looking for a place in downtown Manhatten as soon as her ban to travel has been lifted," said our source.

"For now she's awaiting her February 25 probation hearing and preparing for a visit from her mom and siblings."




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