Lindsay had $10,000 stolen, is totally not lying

December 12, 2011 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Lindsay Lohan apparently deserves a vacation, so she was in Hawaii this weekend, but what began as a Saturday of tranquil relaxation ended up as The Midnight of Deception!

Sources tell TMZ, Linds had been at a house party in Laie, Hawaii for about two hours — NOT drinking — and accidentally left her $5,000 Chanel purse in the car.
When she came out, the purse was gone.? According to sources, the purse contained her passport (and other ID), her probation paperwork, and lots of cold hard cash. ?

Wow Lindsay sure does seem to have her passport stolen a lot. It happened in Cannes a few years ago too. Poor Lindsay. I wonder how they managed to break into her rental car. Which was a Jeep. You know, the kind with the plastic back window held on with a zipper. This crew of professional thieves must have had a torch or dynamite or something.

Lindsay stayed long after police left — driving¬†the entire party into a frenzy for hours looking for the purse — and up until this morning, she had come up empty.
But that’s when one of her friend’s eyed a suspicious-looking local, and asked if he knew where the bag was. We’re told the local denied everything, but showed up with the bag minutes later … claiming he found it on the street somewhere. ??We’re told Lindsay was so ecstatic to have the bag back, she didn’t bother asking questions — despite the missing $10,000.??

Ahh yes. You see this kind of thing a lot. You see street criminals risk everything by stealing a purse worth $15,000, then hang around and bring it back to the owner covered with his fingerprints.

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