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Infamous necklace in Lohan case to be auctioned

Kamofie and Co., the Venice, Calif., jewelry store from which Lindsay Lohan allegedly stole a $2,500 necklace, is set to auction off the bauble to benefit charity.Why take the step? The store's owners Geoff and Sofia Kaman say they're just trying to get some closure."We have already publicly released the videotape which speaks for itself and accurately records the incident, and we believe the next

Kamofie and Co., the Venice, Calif., jewelry store from which Lindsay Lohan allegedly stole a $2,500 necklace, is set to auction off the bauble to benefit charity.

Why take the step? The store's owners Geoff and Sofia Kaman say they're just trying to get some closure.

"We have already publicly released the videotape which speaks for itself and accurately records the incident, and we believe the next step toward achieving closure is to donate the now-famous jewelry to charity," the Kamans said in a statement. "Thus, we have decided to sell the diamond necklace through auction, and give the proceeds to charity." A specific charity has not yet been decided upon; the Kamans are taking suggestions at necklacevideo.com.

Lohan is due back in court Thursday. Meantime, the actress is reportedly getting through this stressful time with some help from Kabbalah, which she turned to originally in 2005. Life & Style reports, "She’s been reciting an ancient Kabbalah saying 'Na Nach Nachma Nachman Meuman' (a Hebrew-language mantra) and spreading the message to friends,” an insider told the magazine.

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