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A witness comes forward and thickens the plot of the Lindsay Lohan felony theft case.
The store claims the necklace LL swiped is valued at $2,500, but a new witness will offer solid evidence that may keep our little sister from facing felony charges and out of jail.
"A man contacted Lindsay's camp and told them he went into the jewelry store way before Lindsay did and was interested in buying the necklace. They told him it was $800."
According to Michael Lohan, the man heard about Lindsay's predicament and came forward to tell his side of the story about the necklace, and he has volunteered to testify for Lindsay if there is a trial.
"This witness will completely exonerate Lindsay and prove that the necklace isn't worth $2,500, and prove that she shouldn't have been charged with a felony."
Lindsay's case is scheduled to return to court on Wednesday, February 23.
We're sure a Lifetime movie will follow shortly after.
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