Lindsay Lohan thinks she’s above the law… again

Life is just a never-ending stream of court cases for Lindsay Lohan, and she never seems to think that anything bad will ever happen to her.  In the latest drama, the fight with the Betty Ford nurse back in December has come back to haunt Lindsay, and she’s being charged with assault for the incident.

Lindsay, however, thinks the charges will be dropped, as several of her friends witnessed the event in question, and she’s confident they will all report that Lindsay never assaulted anyone.  Meanwhile, Necklacegate rages on, and Lindsay has refused the plea agreement – the case is going to trial, which means Lindsay could face real prison time if convicted.

Necklace in Lindsay’s court case to be auctioned

Lindsay Lohan has never stopped saying that she thinks the jewelry store in her grand theft case has been manufacturing accusations in order to gain attention for their business, and it’s starting to look like she’s right about that.  Last week, the store in question started working with a broker to sell the surveillance tape that’s going to be used in the court case.

The tape shows Lindsay wearing the necklace around the store.  Now, the store has decided to sell the necklace on eBay, even though it’s currently being held as evidence in the case and cannot be sold yet.  Lindsay’s been saying it all along: these people are motivated by nothing but money.

Lindsay Lohan offered a plea deal

The judge in Lindsay Lohan‘s necklacegate case has offered her a plea deal that she’s not very fond off.  The deal from prosecutors is that if she wants to avoid trial, she has to go to jail for six months.

If she rejects this kind offer, then the case is likely to go to trial, which means LiLo will go to jail anyway, as she was on probation for DUI when the necklace was stolen, which is an offense in itself.  Either way, it looks like she’s going to jail.  Lindsay has two weeks to decide whether she wants to take the plea deal, and she’s kind of stuck between a rock and a hard place.