Lindsay Lohan appears to be contemplating copping a plea in her felony theft case involving a necklace from a Venice, Calif., jewelry store, the New York Post reports.
A lawyer for the actress reportedly has asked the judge how much time she would get if she were to plead guilty. A discussion took place last week involving the potential sentence, according to the story, with Lohan’s attorney Shawn Holley, Deputy D.A. Danette Meyers and Judge Stephanie Sautner all present.
The preliminary hearing in the case is set to begin Friday. Lohan last month rejected a plea deal, and has continued to assert her innocence.
If she is convicted in a trial, she could be sentenced for up to three years in prison, the story says. She also faces complications stemming from being on probation for DUI arrests in 2007.