Ariana Grande might've thought she had one less Problem when reports came out that Wolfee Donuts was not pressing charges for her infamous Donutgate debacle.
But now, the sweets shop owner, Joe Marin, is saying that's not the case!
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He revealed that he's actually been talking to police about pressing charges against the pint-sized pop princess for slathering her saliva on his powdered products.
Joe explained that he actually did file paperwork last Monday, saying:
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Well, it's too late for that now!
According to the police report, jewelry store owner Sofia Kaman says she didn't want to press charges against Lindsay Lohan.
Kaman said she "was hesitant in making the police report" and that she "only wanted her necklace returned." She also stated that "she wants this incident handled with the utmost discretion."
Even though Kaman apparently didn't want to make a big deal out of the whole thing, the D.A. had already decided that there was enough evidence to warrant a prosecution.
And we all know what happens when Lindsay is scheduled to appear in court. Can you say "media circus??"
Looks like Kaman got exactly the opposite of what she wanted.
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Looks like these teenagers chose the wrong house to break into
or at least one of them did.
Last week, three teenagers broke into Tyler Perry's Georgia home, but only one of them got caught.
Perry has decided to press charges against 18-year-old Chloe Ware. She's being charged with prowling, as well as criminal trespassing.
The other two teenagers have not been caught or identified at this time.
Hopefully Ms. Ware will learn her lesson.
Can't break into someone's home without consequences!
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