The latest installment in the Lindsay-I-hate-myself Lohan saga revolves around the rights to her shoplifting footage. The once-teen star, now aged to a ripe 24, is currently claiming “not guilty,” to charges she stole a $2,500 dollar necklace from Kamofie & Co., a company based in Venice, California. According to The Hollywood Reporter, software firm The Spencer Company has taken the helm to promote the footage to the public. The site The Necklace Video plans to stream the footage online. It also gives audiences the chance to sign up for an e-mail list to be among the first to stream the video.

If you really have nothing better to do and can’t wait for the stream to be released, Entertainment Tonight announced yesterday it will be “exclusively” airing the surveillance video tonight on ET Monday. A sneak peek of the recording can be seen through photos on the show’s site.

There doesn’t seem to be any word on the street as to whether the surveillance footage is wholly incriminating or whether it just proves Lohan was on the premises and is the likely suspect. Tune in to Cinema Blend to see if this brouhaha gets any sillier.

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