If you haven't heard, the jewelry store in Venice that Lindsay Lohan allegedly stole a necklace from put the surveillance tape from that fateful day online so that people could pay $2.99 a pop to watch.
Oh yeah, they thought they would be raking in the $$$ from this, but it turns out, Lindsay hasn't been as profitable for them as they planned.
Sources reveal that owners of Kamofie & Company "got a raw deal" and haven't seen any of the profits from the sale of this tape yet. The source adds that the owners feel like they've been played and are currently having their contracts reviewed by lawyers to see why that is.
Let's be frank - you're not getting scammed. It's just that no one is buying what you are selling!!! This is OLD news and BORING news if you can't actually see Lindsay stealing anything. What, you think people are going to piss their money away on this?!
Dr. Conrad Murray's lawyers will be going to court on Wednesday to ask the judge to order the LAPD to turn over all the surveillance videos that showed who was going in and out of Michael Jackson's home on the day he died.
The problem is only 4 minutes of footage was copied by the LAPD. The rest of it was erased.
The LAPD says that they grabbed the footage to get a timeline of when MJ entered his home before he died. Since they didn't know that his case would turn into a homicide investigation, the rest was erased.
In fact, the police apparently never even looked at the rest of the surveillance videos so no one knows who entered his home on the day he died.
Wow. That seems pretty careless. And also, a little bit shady…
Guess Conrad Murray's defense has been hit with another blow.
Check out some of the recently leaked surveillance footage of Lindsay Lohan at the jewelry store on that fateful day when she may or may not have stolen a $2,500 necklace and violated her probation (above)!
Apparently, the full 42 minute tape shows four different camera angles of the actress trying on several pieces of jewelry as she is accompanied by a male friend.
Depending on what source you hear it from, this tape will either make or break LiLo's case, and unfortunately, this much footage doesn't prove anything either way, but it's only a few more days till she's due back in court - so we'll know for certain soon enough!
PerezHilton.com has learned exclusively that the jewelry store accusing Lindsay Lohan of stealing their necklace is shopping around 4 different videos showing surveillance footage of Lindsay in the store on the day in question.
In fact, sources say that bids started at $20,000.
This sure hurts the credibility of the jewelry store, dontcha think??
The footage will be released any day now so expect to see it soon!!!