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Lindsay Lohan: I'm Just an Easy Target

2/6/2011 12:00 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Lindsay Lohan believes the felony grand theft charge she will face is yet another example of how she has simply become an easy target for people looking to hurt her.

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As we first reported, Lindsay will be charged with felony grand theft as early as Monday for allegedly stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice, CA jewelry store.

Sources connected with Lindsay tell TMZ ... LiLo thinks, "People just don't believe me and know I'm in a vulnerable position."  She thinks the jewelry store owner is seizing the moment by concocting a story that Lindsay stole the jewelry.  Lindsay insists it was loaned to her.

And we're told ... Lindsay is "extremely nervous" about the prospect of going back to jail.   Although she refers to the possible penalty as jail, it's actually a lot worse ... State prison.

Lindsay is telling people, "Nothing is worth going back."

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moussemaker    

Boo hoo.

1321 days ago
2.

Dick Clark    

I say **** her. So many people in this world would love the chance at fame, fortune. She ruined her movie star status with drugs, alcohol, no panties photos, and hanging with lesbo/dyke trouble maker. She deserves what she gets.

1321 days ago
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Christy    

Agreed! It's everyone elses fault..sooo sick of this girl.

1321 days ago
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Phreaky    

Of course she believes that, because she is delusional. PLEASE look up the definition of SOCIOPATH - she fits the description PERFECTLY.

1321 days ago
5.

SheisHot    

She is working so hard to put her life back together and people seem to be conspiring to keep her down. My thoughts and prayers will be with you Lindsay!

1321 days ago
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Phreaky    

The main characteristic of a sociopath is a disregard for the rights of others. Sociopaths are also unable to conform to what society defines as a normal personality. Antisocial tendencies are a big part of the sociopath’s personality. This pattern usually comes into evidence around the age of 15. If it is not treated, it can develop into adulthood.

Visible symptoms include physical aggression and the inability to hold down a steady job. The sociopath also finds it hard to sustain relationships and shows a lack of regret in his or her actions. A major personality behavior trait is the violation of the rights of others. This can appear as a disregard for the physical or sexual wellbeing of another.

Although these symptoms are all present, they may not always be evident. Research has shown that the sociopath is usually a person with an abundance of charm and wit. He or she may appear friendly and considerate, but these attributes are usually superficial. They are used as a way of blinding the other person to the personal agenda behind the sociopath’s behaviour.

Many people with antisocial personality disorder frequently indulge in alcohol or drug use. They may use these substances heavily as a way of heightening their antisocial personality. The sociopath sometimes sees the world on his or her own terms, as a place of high drama and risky thrills. The sociopath may suffer from low self esteem, and the use of alcohol and drugs is a way to diminish these feelings.

The causes of antisocial personality disorder are thought to be either genetic or environmental. Children who are influenced by antisocial parents may adopt these tendencies. Similarly, role models such as one's friends or peer group may also influence the behaviour pattern of a sociopath. Antisocial behaviour is more likely to occur in men than in women. About 1% of women have this disorder, while 3% of men are affected by it.

It is very rare for a person with antisocial personality disorder to seek help of their own accord. Treatment for antisocial personality disorder is usually through group psychotherapy. Sociopaths often find it helpful to talk through and recognize their problems with people they can trust. In a number of cases, this type of personality disorder tends to diminish from the age of 30 onwards.

1321 days ago
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Kansas    

Of course she is an easy target. If she was smart she would have never ever put herself in a position where someone could tell a simple lie and get her in serious trouble. To this day I still do not think Mike Tyson raped that woman. You don't rape someone when you have 10 - 20 women a day offering you sex and millions of dollars in the bank. She should stay away from bars, and never be alone in her car or places of business. I seriously doubt she would throw her life away even further stealing something. She is an easy target and other human beings are POS.

1321 days ago
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ted    

Poor Lindsay. She's just a perfect little angel and the big, bad world is always out to get her.

1321 days ago
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learnmachine    

Now where did she get that idea?

TMZ, where else. I guess she does visit this website, her employees however are not allowed to go here. Wonder why?

1321 days ago
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Phreaky    

Here is a list of ways to identify a sociopath. This list is from "Profile of a Sociopath". Is is a pretty good list of sociopathic indicators.

* Glibness/Superficial Charm
* Manipulative and Conning
* Grandiose Sense of Self
* Pathological Lying
* Lack of Remorse, Shame or Guilt
* Shallow Emotions
* Incapacity for Love
* Need for Stimulation
* Callousness/Lack of Empathy
* Poor Behavioral Controls/Impulsive Nature
* Early Behavior Problems/Juvenile Delinquency
* Irresponsibility/Unreliability
* Promiscuous Sexual Behavior/Infidelity
* Lack of Realistic Life Plan/Parasitic Lifestyle
* Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility
* Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them
* Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them
* Authoritarian
* Secretive
* Paranoid
* Only rarely in difficulty with the law, but seeks out situations where their tyrannical behavior will be tolerated, condoned, or admired
* Conventional appearance
* Goal of enslavement of their victim(s)
* Exercises despotic control over every aspect of the victim's life
* Has an emotional need to justify their crimes and therefore needs their victim's affirmation (respect, gratitude and love)
* Ultimate goal is the creation of a willing victim
* Incapable of real human attachment to another
* Unable to feel remorse or guilt
* Narcissism, grandiosity (self-importance not based on achievements)
* May state readily that their goal is to rule the world

1321 days ago
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dimes    

Professional victim.

Hey, it's a living.

1321 days ago
12.

Elizabeth    

I do believe that she should be treated farely just like every other person and if this was any other person i do think they would have more of a target on there back to think about it ... if you have ever had a past problem b4 of drinking drugs stealing etc. you would be 10x more likely of being looked at b4 anyone else i am in no way defending her but i do think she should be treated fairly and not automatically suspected as the first one ... and for those of you just going boo hoo your the ones who are proving my point ... EVERYONE deserves equality if this were you would you like it ..

1321 days ago
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Mary    

She's an easy target ... lmao. Well honey, don't go into a jewelry store and take what doesn't belong to you. You don't see the police chasing me down because I've got jewelry that I thought was 'loaned' to me just because I'm a celebrity. Use your brain (if you've got any left) and don't put yourself in these types of situations. But no, you continue to act like an entitled, better-than-everyone little snit and then wonder why this kind of stuff happens to you. 'I don't do paperwork' - give me a break. Lindsay, you need to take responsibility for what happens around you. Did it ever occur to you to ask your assistant 'hey, have all the necessary forms been filled out on this piece of jewelry that I'm wearing?' Probably not - because you trip through life without a thought for anything other than what's at the end of your nose. If you start acting like a NORMAL person, maybe these 'extraordinary' things will stop happening to you.

1321 days ago
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Just Me    

If nothing is worth going back to jail (prision) for . . . STOP STEALING! Just keep your paws off things that don't belong to you! If you don't break the law, you don't have to worry about going to jail now do you? Pretty easy concept! No one feels sorry for you anymore, except your enablers. No one is doing this to you, you are doing it to yourself. No one can help you if you don't want to change. It's time to help yourself . . . and not to things that don't belong to you!

1321 days ago
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Kelli_remembered    

i'm so over her. of course she stole that jewelry. she feels she is entitled to it and she loves to flirt with getting away with things.

it makes no sense that the store is using this- the photo of her wearing their jewelry was already out. that is all the advertisement they needed or wanted. 'hey lindsey wears our jewelry' would have been good enough for them.

i'm guessing she is very much still using or she wouldnt have taken that piece. like i said two years ago- she needs long term treatment in a no frills place. I would suggest Maryhaven Womens program in Columbus Ohio. now that place will get her in touch with reality!

1321 days ago
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