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The store that's going after Lindsay Lohan for allegedly lifting a $2,500 necklace has been busy chasing its own 15 minutes, reports Richard Johns. "Kamofie & Co. of Venice, Calif., not only released the security camera footage of the incident, it also contact literary agent Sharlene Martin wanting a book deal, TMZ reports. Martin told the jewelers the necklace incident 'was a moment, not a book... you shouldn't waste a literary agent's time.'" [The Daily]