Lindsay Lohan Posts Bond, Judge Says "Things Will Be Different"


Lindsay Lohan offered to take a polygraph test to prove to the L.A. County District Attorney she did not steal the $2,500 necklace that triggered the felony grand theft charge ... but the D.A. refused.

We're told the prosecutors shot down the offer, because they didn't think polygraphs were scientifically sound. They also believed there was a significant amount of evidence proving Lindsay did indeed pilfer the jewelry.

Lindsay Lohan was just remanded into custody -- following a STRONG warning from Judge Keith Schwartz --
"You're no different than anyone else ... please don't push your luck."


Moments after Lohan entered a not guilty plea in her felony theft case -- the judge came down on her like a ton of bricks ... telling her
"things will be different"
this time around because she's on the hook for a felony.

During the hearing, Judge Schwartz said Lindsay's lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, and prosecutor Danette Meyers, were going to meet to possibly reach a plea bargain.

Lohan -- alongside attorney Holley -- was then remanded into custody ... and is currently being booked.

Judge Schwartz set her bail at $20,000 -- but warned,
"If you violate the law, I will remand you and there will be NO BAIL."


The judge also revoked Lindsay's probation in the DUI case and set bail at $20,000 -- so total bail is $40,000.

Lohan was also ordered to refrain from contacting the jewelry store during the case, after Meyers said someone had sent the store owners flowers, which kind of freaked them out.

Lindsay then posted bail.

Soon after she jumped on Twitter to see support from Celebrity Rehab Doctor, Dr. Drew, the doctor tweeted:

I am mortified how @Lindsaylohan is getting attacked when she is so fragile and just establishing her sobriety. Not at all what she needs


Lindsay responded,

@drdrew thank you for your support.. I appreciate it

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