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Paul Walker Crash Site Thieves Charged!

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Justice has been served!

The guys who allegedly stole wreckage from Paul Walker's death site have been slapped with charges for 3 crimes.

And the not-so-clever 18-year-old Jameson Witty and alleged accomplice Anthony Janow gave the police ALL the evidence they needed.

Jameson was actually caught ON VIDEO stealing the T-top roof of the Porsche involved in Paul's fatal accident AND THEN he bragged about the stolen goods on his Instagram.

Criminal mastermind?? Not so much.

Charges of felony grand theft, and two misdemeanors for destroying evidence and resisting, obstructing and delaying a peace office have been filed. That means if they are convicted, the men could be thrown in the slammer for up to 4-and-a-half years!!!

Do YOU think the thieves from Paul Walker's death scene deserve the maximum sentence?

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Lindsay's Probation Report Reveals She Tested POSITIVE For Alcohol In February!

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Wow. She really cannot stop herself, can she?

All the more reason she needs to be MONITORED for quite some time - and CLOSELY!

According to Lindsay Lohan's probation report, which was filed in late February during her grand theft trial, her officer revealed that not only is "substance abuse is the root of the defendant's problems," but that the formerly hard-pAArtying actress test positively for alcohol on February 8th of this year - only a month after she left Betty Ford behind!

Furthermore, the report also claims that the night of her alleged attack on the Betty Ford staffer, multiple restaurant, hotel, and nightclub employees confirmed that Lindsay was drinking. She also seems to have a history of shoplifting:

"Defendant has been suspected of similar conduct in other jewelry stores … As a result [the detective in the necklace case] recommends that the defendant … be ordered to serve at least six months in county jail."

At the time the report was filed, she was also listed as taking Trazadone for sleep, Nexium for heartburn, Yaz as birth control, Zoloft for depression, Zyrtec for allergies, and Doxcycline and Zythromax for strep throat.

The report concludes:

"Although the defendant has no record of violence or prior felony convictions, her recent positive test for alcohol use and the allegations in the current matter are troubling in that she continues to violate the law, despite prior grants of probation and county jail time. More severe sanctions may be necessary in order for the defendant to better understand the gravity of her actions. If convicted as charged in the present matter, it would appear that defendant's criminal conduct is increasing in seriousness and severity.
The probation officer of record indicates the defendant has cooperated with the probation department and that she has made progress with her treatment. With the above in mind, it is believed that the defendant may continue to benefit from formal probation supervision and treatment; state prison is not warranted at this time. Nevertheless, if the defendant is convicted of the present charge, she should not escape punishment for her crime. The defendant needs to understand the consequences of her behavior."

Unbelievable.

Clearly, she is an extremely troubled young woman, and we do honestly have concerns that she'll ever truly be able to keep herself out of trouble for long.

Hopefully, this latest ruling can serve as the wake-up call she desperately needs to have, and her probation officer can keep enough tabs on her over the course of the next few years and ensure that she doesn't stray too far from the right path.

You've got a long, difficult road to recovery ahead of you, gurl. We seriously hope you're ready to face those demons.

Stay strong. We're thinking of you.

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Lindsay Lohan's Going To Trial! Refuses Plea Deal!

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We hope you know what you're doing, girl. There's no turning back now!

It has just been announced that Lindsay Lohan will NOT be accepting the plea deal offered to her by Judge Schwartz in her felony grand theft case and thus will be going to trial next month.

Reportedly, Lindsay met with her lawyer yesterday afternoon to discuss all their options, but ultimately, Lindsay fervently stands behind her innocence that she is willing to risk facing serious jail time to prove it.

Now, her fate rests in the hands of Judge Sautner, who is described as a "tough but fair judge." If she has enough evidence to prove that she never stole a thing that fateful day in Venice, then she could walk away from this scot-free. However, that all depends on how Judge Sautner plans to handle her case in regards to her probation. The way the system works, Lindsay could be thrown in jail for a probation violation BEFORE she even stands trial for her theft charges.

Gotta say, we really think you should have taken that plea deal, LiLo. We have a bad feeling that this plan of attack is not going to end the way you want it to. But it's your life. All you can do is be true to yourself and what you believe.

Here's hoping for the best!

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Lindsay's History Of Theft Is Going To Come Back And Bite Her In The Ass!

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Like we've said since day one, we really do hope that she takes this plea deal!

With merely days away before Lindsay Lohan decides whether or not to take her felony grand theft case to trial or not, sources close to the case have revealed that if the formerly hard-pAArtying starlet does, Deputy District Attorney Danette Meyers will be using her history of taking things that aren't hers - remember that rolex and mink coat? - as evidence that she has no problem stealing!

The insider explains:

"There is very damaging information about Lindsay's past evidence of thefts, including a stolen Rolex, which a friend of hers reported as stolen last April 2010, which will be made public if Lindsay doesn't take the plea deal. Lindsay was investigated by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department last spring after a friend reported that after leaving the Rolex at Lohan's apartment, it wasn't returned immediately. Actually, it was quite a bit of time later that the watch was returned to the person. The watch was valued at a whopping, 35k, and like the current theft case, Lindsay was photographed wearing the watch. Lindsay wasn't charged in that case because the victim became uncooperative as soon as the watch was returned. The D.A. will be sending investigators out from the office to talk to the victim. Meyers wants to know if there was a financial pay off. It will absolutely be brought up either at the preliminary hearing or the trial. This will establish a pattern of behavior on, that Meyers will prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Lindsay is guilty in this case. It doesn't matter that Lindsay wasn't criminally charged in those previous incidents. Meyers can, and will subpoena police that investigated those, and as well as the accusers if she needs to. Lindsay has major entitlement issues, which have led her down this very dark road. If Lindsay is smart, she will take the plea deal. Lindsay won't know what will hit her if the case proceeds to a preliminary hearing, and trial. Meyers is tough as nails, make no mistake about it. Lindsay truly has no idea how bad this could get, and how fast. This could truly ruin her career. Look at the Winona Ryder case, her career suffered after the guilty conviction, and she didn't have the criminal record that Lindsay has. [Claims that Lindsay's probation report could be very harmful to her in trial] That is just implicitly false. There is nothing bad in the report, period. It's a standard probation report. In fact, Lindsay's lawyer could use it as evidence if the case goes to the preliminary hearing, because it's actually good for her. It states that Lindsay is a good probationer. The probation report doesn't include any of the past theft incidents. The past theft incidents don't involve the probation department, Meyers is the only one dealing with the past theft incidents, period."

Uh-oh! Sounds like Meyers is NOT messing around!

Not that we anticpated that she would! Lady is probably effing TIRED of having to deal with LiLo's nonsense!

Time to just accept that jail is a reality, gurl, and cut your losses! This trial is NOT going to be pretty, and we have a feeling that if you try and take the case there, the only person who is going to end up burned is you!

What do U think?? Should LiLo take the plea deal?

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LiLo's Thinking About Taking The Plea Deal!

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Smart girl! We knew she'd come around!

Despite her reported refusal to cooperate, sources close to Lindsay Lohan have revealed that she is FINALLY starting to realize that she can't avoid jail time, and is now "seriously considering" Judge Keith Schwartz's plea deal in her felony grand theft trial.

The formerly hard-pAArtying starlet is STILL maintaining her innocence in the whole mess, but has now begun to realize that a three month jail sentence - which will most likely get reduced to 19 days due to overcrowding - is a lot safer than the risk of a more severe sentence if she actually does go forward with the trial!

Exactly!

Well, she's got until Wednesday to make up her mind. Here's hoping that she makes the right choice!

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What Kind Of Plea Deal Has Judge Schwartz Offered LiLo?

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Seriously, we don't know what is keeping her from taking this deal. She's really playing with fire here!

When Lindsay Lohan arrived for her grand theft hearing last week, Judge Keith Schwartz offered her one last, at-that-time-unknown plea bargain, of which she can either accept or deny, in which case would mean she's heading to trial.

The details of that specific bargain were then unknown, but sources have come forward to reveal what kind of consequences she'd be facing if she takes it, and frankly, we think she'd be crazy not to!

An insider explains:

"Lindsay should take the plea deal, period. That deal would include the least amount of jail time possible in the case. Judge Schwartz has told Lindsay that he would sentence her to 60-90 days, if she accepted a plea deal, which she would serve in county jail. If Lindsay does gamble, and go to trial, and the jury finds her guilty, there is a chance she wouldn't go to state prison. The DA would assess the evidence and the witness testimony, if the jury does find her guilty. State prison is absolutely NOT a foregone conclusion. Danette Meyers could ask Judge Sautner to place her on felony probation, instead of jail. It’s still very early in the case, the prelim hasn't taken place yet, but state prison isn't an automatic if Lindsay is convicted. There is jail time ahead for Lindsay though, there is no mistake about that. If she doesn’t accept the plea deal and insists on going to trial she will serve some time for parole violation, regardless of whether she is ultimately found guilty of the theft charges or not.”

As we've already reported, Lindsay must notify Judge Schwartz by March 23rd if she plans to take the deal, in which case, she'll be expected to appear in front of him on March 25th.

If she turns it down, she will appear in front of Judge Sautner for her preliminary hearing on April 21st.

Make the right choice, gurl! Luck can only save you so many times!

What do U think LiLo should do?

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Is LiLo Dabbling In Kabbalah?

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A little late to board this wagon, don't you think?

Now that Lindsay Lohan is attempting to reform her former hard-pAArtying behavior, she's reportedly trading in her cocaine and sticky fingers for a red string bracelet and the mystical Jewish discipline Kabbalah!

A source close to the actress reveals:"

"She's been reciting an ancient Kabbalah saying - 'Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman' - and spreading the message to friends."

We're actually pleased to see that she's exploring herself and her spirituality!

She may have a lot of time soon to reflect upon her life, and a sense of faith may be very helpful to her right now!

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