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Topic - Christine Kee
A man who had been accused of burglarizing Paris Hilton's home pleaded no contest on Thursday to receiving jewelry stolen from the house during a rash of break-ins by a group dubbed the "Bling Ring."
A judge will consider Friday whether a police officer's moonlighting on a movie about his signature case warrants the dismissal of charges against a defendant who is still facing trial.
A man accused of leading a series of burglaries at the Hollywood Hills homes of celebrities pleaded no contest Friday to stealing from Lindsay Lohan and reality star Audrina Patridge.
Deputy District Attorney Christine Kee said Hilton has opted not to receive restitution in the case.
Lohan has indicated she may seek restitution against Tamayo, but the actress was not available to be in court on Thursday, Kee said.