Lindsay Lohan & The Necklace Surveillance Camera Footage Hits The Web!

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Lindsay Lohan and the stolen necklace saga continues. Still photos from the surveillance video from the jewelry store have hit the web and you can clearly see Lindsay in the store trying on the jewelry. ETonline has the surveillance photos.

ET has obtained exclusive photos of Lindsay Lohan taken from actual surveillance camera footage at the California jewelry store where she allegedly stole a $2,500 necklace.

The Hollywood star is clearly visible in the photos, which show her shopping around the store and trying on jewelry pieces.

Lohan was charged earlier this month with one count of felony grand theft in connection with the alleged theft. Lohan and her lawyer have maintained the actress is innocent.

The day after Lohan was charged in court, she spoke out on her Twitter page, saying: ” fyi- i would never steal, in case people are wondering. I was not raised to lie, cheat, or steal.”

The movie star pleaded not guilty to the felony grand theft charge, but Judge Keith Schwartz let Lohan know point blank that if she accepts a plea deal she would be serving jail time.

Keep checking ET Online for more updates on this breaking story, and tune in to ET Monday night to see the surveillance video footage, which we licensed exclusively from AP.

So how did the video actually make it on the web, well… A rep for Kamofie & Co. (the jewelry store), Christopher Spencer said that the video was sold to the AP to make some money. He claims that business has been slow since the incident happened and the paparazzi have swarmed the store.

“Customers have stayed away from the store because of the paparazzi and the controversy,” Christopher Spencer tells exclusively. He also says the money that will be recouped from the release of the video won’t come close to covering the loses. There’s no profit motive, he says.

Do you think this could jeopardize the case?

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