Posted on Tue Mar 8, 2011 03:25 PM PDT
Lindsay Lohan is contemplating suing jewelry store Kamofie & Co. over the sale of the surveillance video, claiming they are using her image without permission.
As X17online previously reported, the video was licensed to Entertainment Tonight for upwards of $35,000.
Lindsay's camp has long argued that the jewelry store has leveled the felony theft accusation against Lindsay in order to gain publicity for their Venice boutique. Now Eonline is reporting that Lilo is meeting with lawyers to consider legal action against the company.
Kamofie & Co. have issued a statement saying they have nothing to do with the licensing of the video to ET.
"We have heard the report today that Lindsay Lohan is preparing to sue Kamofie & Co...claiming [we] had no right to release the surveillance video. We wish to remind everyone that we turned the tape over to the Associated Press and that Kamofie & Co. has had no contact or dealings with Entertainment Tonight," said a store spokesperson.
Yet the AP is simply acting as a middleman for the company, whether they had contact with the licensee or not, they are still profiting.
So does Lilo have a case?
Legal experts think not. The assumption when you walk into a store is that you know you are being filmed. Therefore Lindsay has no case!
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