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Posted at 2:07 PM ET, 02/23/2011

In other news: Lindsay Lohan; Chris Brown; Jimmy McMillan

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Lindsay Lohan arrives at Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday. (Source)

  • Darned if she does, and darned if she doesn't, Lindsay Lohan may be headed for another stint behind bars. Prosecutors offered the former teen star a plea deal on charges she stole a $2,500 necklace from an L.A. jewelry store, and a judge warned Wednesday that if she accepts it, "you are going to jail." But she could be locked up anyway if she rejects the deal and the case goes to trial, reports the Associated Press, since the alleged theft happened while she was on probation for a '07 DWI. The starlet is due back in court with her decision March 10.

  • Chris Brown's restraining order has been downgraded: He may now speak to Rihanna, an L.A. judge ruled Tuesday. After the singer pleaded guilty two years ago to battering his superstar then-girlfriend, he was ordered to stay 50 yards away; but she consented to a loosening of the order after he finished domestic-violence counseling, the AP reports.

  • Jimmy McMillan -- yes, the former NY guv candidate from "The Rent Is Too Damn High" party -- is leaving the party he founded (and perhaps entirely populated?) to become a Republican, he told PBS. Why? Something about the deficit being too damn high, and he wants to run for president. Well, now that Thune's out of the way. . .


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