Date: 29th August 2012
Lindsay Lohan is not being investigated in relation to allegations of a jewellery theft, it has been confirmed.
A copy of the LA County District Attorney's charge evaluation worksheet seen by TMZ states that there is insufficient evidence to mount a case.
It was reported yesterday that Lohan and her assistant Gavin Doyle were being treated as potential suspects in the investigation.
An alleged theft of $100,000 (£63,404) of watches and sunglasses was originally reported to police by Sam Magid on August 19. However, he later changed his story, insisting that no jewellery had been taken.
Lohan was one of a number of people present at Magid's Hollywood Hills home during the time the purported offence was alleged to have taken place, and spoke to police during initial investigations.
The LA County DA's office said in a statement: "The District Attorney's Office received no evidence that any jewellery, including watches, was taken. The evidence presented to us... Was valued at $6,400 (£4,047) and included $3,000 (£1,897) in cash, four pairs of sunglasses, an iPod and keys to two cars and a house."
Source: Press Release