Actress Lindsay Lohan pleaded not guilty Wednesday to a felony grand theft charge based on allegations that she stole a necklace allegedly from a California jewelry store last month.
Lohan waived her right to a preliminary hearing. A February 23 hearing on the case was scheduled "in an attempt to resolve the case," Los Angeles County Judge Keith Schwartz said.
After the hearing, Lohan, who is free on bond, took to Twitter to respond to a message a concerned-sounding tweet from HLN's Dr. Drew Pinsky.
Pinsky on Wednesday afternoon had tweeted the following: "I [am] mortified how @Lindsaylohan is getting attacked when she is so fragile and just establishing her sobriety. Not at all what she needs."
Lohan responded via Twitter: "@drdrew thank you for your support.. I appreciate it."
Pinsky's new show airs nightly on HLN beginning this spring.FULL STORY