Lindsay Lohan purse stolen Hawaii
Lindsay Lohan purse stolen Hawaii, Lohan's purse stolen in Hawaii. Lindsay Lohan's vacation in Hawaii turned out to be a bit of drama for the actress as her Chanel purse was reportedly stolen. Lindsay Lohan's $5,000 purse was reportedly stolen while the actress was in Hawaii this week. The thief took $10,000 in cash, but returned the purse and Lohan's ID According to a report by TMZ, the actress's purse was snatched at a party on December 10 after she left it in a car while attending the event. She later realized the $5,000 purse was missing.
Honolulu Police told OnTheRedCarpet.com correspondent Tony Cabrera that the incident occurred at 1 a.m. An officer responded to the call of a car break-in and the actress reported that the property was missing from a rented jeep parked in residence driveway in Laie in the North Shore area of Oahu.
The purse was not lost for long, however, when it was returned the following day by a local, according to TMZ. The purse was missing $10,000 but her passport and other important materials, like Lohan's probation documents, remained inside. The actress' spokesperson later confirmed the report to ABC News saying, "The only thing that was missing was the money."
The travel documents were important because the actress, a former child star known for films such as "The Parent Trap," "Freaky Friday" and "Mean Girls," is scheduled to appear in court on December 14.
Lohan has been in trouble in recent years with rehab stints and legal issues. Earlier this year, Lohan was ordered to complete 480 hours of community service at a morgue after a judge ruled the actress violated her 2007 probation with a misdemeanor theft charge.
She recently talked about her troubles in an interview with Playboy magazine set to hit newsstands on December 16. (See photo, above)
Lohan, 25, told Playboy that over the past five years she's learned "that ultimately we are each responsible for ourselves and for our actions."
"Looking back, I probably would have listened to and taken more advice from the people whom I admire and would have followed through with it more," she added. "My stubbornness at 18 and 19 years old got in the way."
She also said, "During the past five years, I've learned that time flies faster than you think, and because you only live once you have to learn from your mistakes, live your dreams and be accountable."
Her issue of Playboy, which includes a 10-page nude pictorial, was meant to be released in January but due to the leak, the hardcopy will be released early on December 16. It was made available online on December 11. The cover features the actress straddling a red Playboy bunny logo chair wearing nothing but black heels.