Lindsay Lohan Breaks Silence on White Dress, Theft Charge

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Out on bail on $40,000, the actress also declares her intention to get back to work.

Lindsay Lohan has broken her silence on her felony grand theft charge and the controversial white minidress (designed by Mike Ovitz's daughter, Kimberly) she wore to court.

"i would never steal, in case people are wondering," she wrote in a Facebook message posted Thursday night on her Twitter page. "I was not raised to lie, cheat, or steal."

She added, "what i wear to court shouldnt be front page news. it's just absurd."

Lohan, who is out of jail on $40,000 bail, declared her intention to get back to work.

"i just want to be on set again, and left alone to just work!" she wrote.