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           Yesterday, A Los Angeles Superior Court judge tersely told Mean Girls actress Lindsay Lohan that he’ll toss her in jail if she decides to take a plea deal offer by prosecutors. Judge Keith Schwartz said Lohan, who was stylishly dressed in a low-cut black blouse and beige high-waisted trousers, her hair pulled back in a ponytail, would have to plead guilty or no contest to charges that she stole a $2,500 necklace from a trendy jewelry boutique in Venice Beach. It’s unclear what the plea deal offered by prosecutors entails.          In the latest twist in Lindsay Lohan’s necklace-stealing, grand-theft debacle, a judge told the troubled starlet: Take a plea deal, and I’ll toss you in jail. (Paul Buck, Pool / AP Photo) “This case does involve jail time – period,” said Schwartz. “If you plead guilty in front of me – if this case resolves in front of me – You are going to jail. Period. There may be an issue with how much time.” If Lohan decides against the prosecutors deal, the case will be set for a preliminary hearing with another judge. Lohan must make her decision by her next court date on March 10. Schwartz said he suspects that Lohan and her attorney, Shawn Holley, will reject the deal.
          According to the judge, all of the police evidence, including surveillance footage and police reports, were handed over to Holley before the 8:30 a.m. hearing. During the short hearing, Schwartz said he plans to treat Lohan like any other defendant in his courtroom. “I treat everyone the same,” he said. “I don’t care if you are Lindsay Lohan…I don’t want you to be a repeat offender. I want you to move on in your life and quit causing yourself and family additional stress that is not necessary.”
         Schwartz said that Lohan should receive psychological counseling to help her cope with “stressors” and a trustworthy sponsor – not a member of her family – who will not be “moved by anything other than seeing you succeed.