Lindsay Lohan is a one-woman bling ring.
At least that's the case if you believe the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office, which just officially accused the Mean Girls star of stealing a "one-of-a-kind" gold necklace.
Lohan is due to surrender tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. at L.A.'s Airport Courthouse, where she will be rung up on a charge that could send her back to the slammer, Deputy D.A. John Lynch said in a statement today.
She will face a single count of grand theft for allegedly lifting the $2,500 bauble from a Venice, Calif., jewelry store Jan. 22. If convicted of the felony, LiLo could face a maximum of three years in state prison.
Sources close to Lohan claim she always thought the necklace was a loaner. And over the weekend, her lawyer issued a statement saying Lohan wouldn't go down without a fight.
"We vehemently deny these allegations," said attorney Shawn Chapman Holley, who could probably retire on Lohan's account alone. "If charges are filed, we will fight them in court, not in the press."
Looks like she'll be getting her wish.
The charge comes hours after Lohan put in face time with her probation officer earlier Tuesday at the Santa Monica courthouse. Lest we forget, Linds is also on probation from her DUI case. (The same prosecutor in the drunken-driving debacle, Danette Meyers, has reportedly been handling the new necklace case.) As we've noted before, the judge in the DUI matter has threatened to send Lohan back to county jail if she violates her probation--and we could find out as soon as her next hearing in that case, Feb. 25, whether he will bring down the hammer.
Lohan is also in the middle of an investigation for allegedly attacking a Betty Ford employee during her most recent stint in rehab, which could simply add to her potential legal woes--and legal fees.
And to make matters worse, a source close to the family tells E! News the whole clan, including mom, Dina, is in deep denial.
"No one [in the family] really thinks she's going to get charged," said the family insider. "They believe she didn't steal the necklace. They think it's a non-case."
If there's a silver lining to all this, Team Lohan believes she still has a future in films and claims she's in the running for a "major character" in Zack Snyder's Superman reboot.
Lex Luthor, maybe?
E! Online will be bringing you livestream coverage of Lindsay's surrender starting at 12:45 p.m. PT