Take a look at some of the most popular celebrities who have gone after the most commonly stolen goods.Lindsey Lohan – The “Mean Girls” star shoplifted a ,500 necklace, which she claims to have taken out on loan from a Venice, California jewelry shop.He suggested he was stopped because of "the way I carry myself" and added: "I just look dodgy." The court found him guilty, with chairman of the bench Phil King stating that the evidence from shop staff was "clear, compelling and credible".The court heard he stole the £23 magnet in February and a spokesman for the court confirmed he had been fined £400 and ordered to pay legal costs totalling £620.• Akinwale Arobieke released on bail after breaking order banning him from touching people's muscles • Of course smoking in cars with kids should be illegal - it’s tantamount to child abuse Allegretto, of Ditton Fields, Cambridge, was convicted of theft in his absence at Cambridge Magistrates' Court on Wednesday. Paul Roach, prosecuting, told the court that the defendant said during his police interview: "I found out I was put into the papers and on Facebook regarding this matter. "My younger sister was mocked at school and my boss at the roofing company said he could not trust me and I lost my job.I'm just very unhappy being accused of something I haven't done." Allegretto claimed during that he had intended to pay for the magnet but staff challenged him before he had chance.Winona Ryder - In 2001, Winona Ryder shocked the world when she was caught trying to make it out of Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills with more than ,000 worth of merchandise.The actress was convicted of grand theft felony and vandalism, given three years probation, and assigned to 480 hours of community service.
You wouldn’t expect those who are considered rich and famous to be categorized as shoplifters, but a number of celebrities have participated in the act.In addition, the court ordered Ryder to pay ,355 in restitution to Saks and to undergo psychological and drug counseling.Instead of lying low, 23-year-old Allegretto went to the city’s Parkside police station, angry the picture had been published. Shop owner Neil Mackay said: "I suppose you could say he wasn't the sharpest tool in the box."I didn't really expect him to be caught so I couldn't believe it when I heard he had rocked up at the police station and identified himself - you've got to laugh really." According to the Cambridge News, when asked by police why he had come to the station, Allegretto told officers his family had noticed his image and he had lost his job at a roofing company as a result of the rumours.
The store has no record of her using their loan policy.Lindsay was court ordered to take shoplifting classes and participate in 360 hours of community service.