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EXCLUSIVE: Lindsay Lohan Heading Back To LA -- Leaning Towards Accepting Plea Deal

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Mar. 21 2011, Published 6:58 a.m. ET

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Lindsay Lohan’s first trip home to New York since her legal woes deepened, is coming to an end. 

RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that after just one week with her family, the starlet is heading back to Los Angeles today with her brother Michael Jr.

Sources close to Lohan say her heading home is a sure sign she is leaning towards accepting the plea deal she has been offered in relation to her felony charge for the alleged theft of a $2,500 necklace from a Venice Beach area jewelers.

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As RadarOnline.com was first to report the District Attorney is planning to tell the judge that Lohan has a history of stealing.

And if she doesn’t take the deal, her past alleged thefts are sure to be heard in a jury trial in front of Judge Stephanie Saunter.

The Mean Girls star has been given until March 25 to take the plea deal that's on the table or head to trial.

If she turns down the deal, she'll be back in court in April in front of Judge Sautner, who will rule if there is sufficient evidence for a jury trial to proceed.

But, according to another source, it seems Lindsay is finally realizing the seriousness of her situation and is finally leaning towards accepting a plea.

“Its a fluid situation,” the source tells RadarOnline.com. “Lindsay appears to now grasp the severity of the situation though if she doesn't take the plea deal.”

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