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Thursday
Oct272011

Lindsay Lohan Returns to Morgue; Father Is Released from Jail

Mark Boster-Pool/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Lindsay Lohan was back on duty at a Los Angeles morgue Wednesday, two days after she participated in a Playboy photo shoot.

Her rep tells RadarOnline.com the Mean Girls star arrived 20 minutes early to the Los Angeles County coroner's office.

Lohan had intended to begin her job at the morgue last Thursday, but she was turned away after showing up 40 minutes late.  She performed community service there the next day, but she notified the office on Monday that she wouldn't be coming in that day.

The actress, whose probation in her shoplifting case was revoked last week, is required to work a total of 32 hours at the morgue prior to a Nov. 2 hearing.

On the other side of the country, Lohan's father, Michael Lohan, was released from a Tampa, Fla., jail on Wednesday evening after making a court appearance earlier in the day in connection with a domestic battery charge, according to Tampa Bay's TBO.com.

Speaking with reporters, he denied allegations that he attacked his on-again, off-again partner, Kate Major, saying, "Kate knows what happened.  I know what happened.  I didn't lay a hand on her."

Bail had been set at $5,000.

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Tuesday
Mar082011

Jewelry Store Defends Release of Surveillance Video in Lindsay Lohan Theft Case

ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- The jewelry store where Lindsay Lohan allegedly stole a necklace is defending the release of surveillance video of the actress in the store at the time of the alleged theft. A spokesman for Kamofie & Co. in Venice, Calif. said in a statement obtained by People magazine, "We were upset with the various mischaracterizations we were seeing and hearing about the video and its contents, and we felt the video should be allowed to speak for itself." The store says it does not believe the release of the video will influence the outcome of Lindsay's criminal case.

The website NecklaceVideo.com says it has obtained "an exclusive license" for the footage, though Entertainment Tonight posted a clip on its own site on Monday. ET also aired footage on its show Monday night.

Kamofie & Co. says it did not grant permission to Lindsay to take the necklace, despite her reported claims that she had borrowed it. Lindsay has pleaded not guilty in the case.

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