Lindsay Lohan in court to discuss plea deal
Lindsay Lohan is back in a Los Angeles court this morning to discuss a possible plea deal for the necklace she allegedly stole. Is she headed to the big house?
Lindsay Lohan is back on familiar territory this morning: She's back in an L.A. court to discuss a possible plea deal for her felony grand theft charge, according to TMZ. Lohan arrived at the L.A. court earlier this morning wearing a demure skirt-and-sweater combo -- an outfit much less scandalous than her recent body-hugging court wear.
Presiding judge Keith L. Schwartz reportedly told Lohan that she will go to jail if she accepts a plea bargain, according to TMZ.
"I don't care that you're Lindsay Lohan," he reportedly said.
A plea bargain would help Lohan avoid a trial and a possible long jail term for the felony charge. However, it also shows that Lohan violated her probation, meaning she would still go to jail for a significant period of time.
The plea deal reportedly includes three years of felony probation -- and she could get one year in jail if she violates it.
TMZ reports that Lohan doesn't want to take the deal -- if that happens, she'll face trial and be back in court March 10.