Nancy Grace Discusses Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen
TV personality Nancy Grace weighs in on Lindsay Lohan and Charlie Sheen's latest problems while promoting her show, Swift Justice. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Nancy Grace is weighing in on Lindsay Lohan's latest legal mess.
"Obviously what she needs to do is stop booze, stop drugs, and get a new group of friends, and work on her career and her life before she's completely used up and has no chance at redeeming her career," Grace told INSIDE EDITION's Deborah Norville.
Lohan may be facing charges for allegedly stealing a necklace worth $2,500 from a store in Venice Beach, California.
She is already on probation following a court-ordered stay in rehab.
"I don't know about you, Deborah Norville, but when I need to make a return, I go straight back to Target. She went to the police station. Actually, she sent her assistant to return a necklace to the police station. That tells me that she knew that she was not supposed to have taken the necklace," said Grace.
In a statement to INSIDE EDITION, Lohan's lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley said, "We vehemently deny these allegations and, if charges are filed, we will fight them in court."
Grace is promoting the new season of her hit syndicated show, Swift Justice, and she says there are lots of surprises in store for viewers this season.
"On Swift I get a chance to do something good, to help people," Grace told Norville.
And as always, Grace isn't pulling any punches, especially when it comes to hot topics like Charlie Sheen.
"According to magazines that have written about it, he had cocaine on his face, his nose, his mouth, his hands, blood trickling down, in a complete stupor with a bunch of hookers. I guess they're not going to be happy until he's dead," she said.
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