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domingo, 11 de diciembre de 2011

Lindsay Lohan, la cleptómana desnuda

Lindsay Lohan’s been accused of stealing! First by a Columbia University student who says the actress swiped her fur coat, now by model Lauren Hastings, who says she lost several thousand dollars’ worth of clothes. She reported it to the police who dropped the case because of insufficient evidence.
Scotland Yard is investigating the disappearance of around $500,000 worth of jewels — earrings and a necklace — that went missing after an Elle magazine shoot ... and guess who was front and center for the shoot? Our freckle-faced friend.
And now? A jewelry store owner accused her of stealing a necklace she’s wearing in a picture this jeweler found on the internet. This jeweler backed it up with surveillance video which she conveniently produced from her store, and all of a sudden it was in the hands of the LAPD, who issued a search warrant yesterday.
she with the swiped $11,000 fur Reports TMZ:
Scotland Yard is investigating the disappearance of around $500,000 worth of jewels — earrings and a necklace — that went missing after an Elle magazine shoot ... and guess who was front and center for the shoot? Our freckle-faced friend.
You might recall that Lohan once swiped an $11,000 fur coat (Which she's pictured wearing at left) from a student at Columbia and stole a bunch of stuff from the closet of Shia LaBeouf's ex-girlfriend, but was able to avoid prosecution each time.
Now, we're sure this is just a coincidence, but Winona Ryder is on the cover of the July 2009 edition of Elle UK. Go figure.
Is Lindsay Lohan really responsible for stealing that necklace?
The 1905 silent film The Kleptomaniac is a social commentary about two women, from different social classes, who both commit shoplifting crimes and are caught, arrested and taken to court. The film highlights the different ways in which the two women, one rich and one poor, are dealt with by the criminal justice system. Social commentary aside, is there a difference between ordinary shoplifting and kleptomania as a mental illness? According to doctors, the answer is: yes.
Kleptomania is recognized by the American Psychiatric Association as an Impulse Control Disorder (others include Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Pathological Gambling, Pyromania and Trichotillomania). Kleptomania was first described in 1838 by French psychiatrist Jean-Etienne Esquirol. People with kleptomania differ from ordinary shoplifters because they do not steal for personal gain but rather to relieve psychological symptoms. (“I have kleptomania, but when it gets bad, I take something for it.”)
To be diagnosed with kleptomania, a person needs to meet the following criteria:
  1. Recurrent failure to resist impulses to steal objects that are not needed for personal use or for their monetary value
  2. Increasing sense of tension immediately before committing the theft
  3. Pleasure, gratification or release at the time of committing the theft
  4. The stealing is not committed to express anger or vengeance and is not in response to a delusion or hallucination
  5. The stealing is not better explained by another mental disorder such as Conduct Disorder, a Manic Episode or Antisocial Personality Disorder
Kleptomania frequently occurs with other psychiatric illnesses, particularly affective (mood) disorders, substance abuse and anxiety disorders. What causes kleptomania is unknown but it may run in families and is more common in women. There is no drug to treat kleptomania (although Naltrexone, approved for the treatment of alcohol dependence, is being tried); cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is helpful.
What are the odds that someone who shoplifts is a bona fide kleptomaniac? One survey of 791 college students showed that, although nearly 29% admitted to having stolen something in his/her lifetime, less than half of 1% met the diagnostic criteria (see above) for kleptomania. Based on this data, more than 99% of shoplifters do not have kleptomania.
More information at Resounding Health

Lindsay Lohan nude spread for Playboy is leaked

Photoshop en su mejor ejemplo!
No completamente desnuda... tiene los pies calzados!

Update: Playboy Nude Spread
Hmm, los pagó o los robó??

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