(LOS ANGELES) -- A website is charging $2.99 for people to view the surveillance video that shows Lindsay Lohan allegedly stealing a necklace.
The website NecklaceVideo.com features video from the Venice Beach jewelry store Kamofie & Company, and promises new content every day so people can make up their own minds “about what really happened.”
After viewing an 18-second clip of Lindsay walking into the store last January, online viewers are prompted to pay $2.99 to obtain an access code in order to view additional footage. According to RadarOnline, the video shows four camera angles and is 42 minutes in length.
It's unclear who's behind the website, but earlier reports were that it's a party that paid the jewelry store for a license to use the video.
This isn't the first time the jewelry shop has tried to profit from the high-profile case. Earlier this month, RadarOnline reported that literary agent Sharlene Martin was approached by a rep for the store owners, saying they wanted to write a book about the Lohan case. Martin told RadarOnline she turned down the offer. Also, TMZ reported earlier this month that the jewelry store received at least $40,000 for the surveillance video in a deal with the Associated Press, which in turn licensed it to Entertainment Tonight.
Lohan has rejected a plea deal in connection with the felony grand theft case and is due back in court April 22.
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