Video Killed the Jewelry Store?
The jewelry sold by Kamofie & Company may be beautiful, but the behavior of the owners is just downright tacky. The opportunistic idiots who claim to be victims of Lindsay Lohan's jewelry heist are once again showing how low they can go, and we're not talking about in price. After trying -- and failing -- to shop a book deal about the overblown incident, the owners of the Venice Beach jewelry store have found a new way to exploit the situation even further. On necklacevideo.com, visitors can watch the entire debacle go down for a measly $2.99. That's right -- the high-end jewelry store's integrity is worth nothing more than $3 a visit. Although the Freaky Friday actress was in the store for a mere 42 minutes, the site is tantalizing visitors with "new content every day" and pleading with visitors to "come back tomorrow to more." It then says: "We will help you make-up your mind about what really happened." No word on whether they'll help users "make-up" their faces as well. The Kamofie peeps have been under fire since selling the surveillance tape to the Associated Press. In addition to showing bite-sized bits of the footage, Radaronline.com is reporting that necklacevideo.com will provide answers as to who is guilty and whether or not the 24-year-old actress will win an Academy Award for Best Actress. Next week, they'll be selling the crystal ball that tells them of all these things. The email reads, "NecklaceVideo.com is disclosing everything. "The entire video surveillance footage, the real nature of the necklace, the supposed dialogue between Lindsay and the salesgirl." Lohan is going to trial on the charges of felony grand theft. She maintains that she didn't steal the $2,500 but left the store after forgetting she was still wearing it. Hopefully, the next sale Kamofie has is a going out of business sale.