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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Rachel Lee
A woman who pleaded no contest to breaking into reality television starlet Audrina Patridge's home was sentenced to four years in state prison Tuesday.
A woman accused of being one of the ringleaders of a group of young adults who broke into celebrities' homes faces up to four years in prison after pleading no contest Friday to burglarizing the home of reality starlet Audrina Patridge.
A judge has dismissed a burglary charge against a woman accused of breaking into Lindsay Lohan's home, saying there was insufficient evidence.
A judge on Friday dismissed a felony burglary charge against a woman accused of breaking into Lindsay Lohan's home, saying there was insufficient evidence.
Roughly two weeks before a judge would sentence her to jail, Lindsay Lohan sat in a downtown courtroom and recounted to a grand jury how a burglar's black fingerprints on her wall left her so unnerved that she had to move.
An attorney for one of the group's alleged masterminds, Rachel Lee, said he would ask a judge to order a separate trial if a plea agreement couldn't be reached.