Lindsay Lohan Steals Max George's Sweatshirt After Hookup

Celebrity News Dec. 9, 2012 AT 3:30PM
Max George of The Wanted, Lindsay Lohan and Tom Parker of The Wanted walk together backstage at KISS 108 Jingle Ball 2012 at TD Garden on December 6, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. Max George of The Wanted, Lindsay Lohan and Tom Parker of The Wanted walk together backstage at KISS 108 Jingle Ball 2012 at TD Garden on December 6, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts. Credit: Marc Andrew Deley/FilmMagic

Lindsay Lohan has been caught stealing again -- but this time, she probably won't face any charges.

The Liz and Dick actress, 26, appears to have swiped a sweatshirt from her latest hookup Max George. On Saturday Dec. 8, Lohan tweeted directly at the hunky singer, 24 with a photo of a black hoodie (featuring several ubiquitous online acronyms like WTF, LMAO, IRL and others): "Missing something?" read the caption.

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The famous redhead may have swiped the item while hanging with the crooner last week -- packing on the PDA with him following a Philadelphia concert Dec. 5 and then checking into a Boston hotel together the next evening.

Credit: Twitter/lindsaylohan

George opened up to Us Weekly about his new "friend" at Jingle Ball's Dec. 9 concert in NYC. "It's fun, she's a good girl," George said -- and marveled about Lohan's still-impressive stamina. "She can party nearly as hard as we can."

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His bandmate Tom Parker added of the former Disney starlet: "We had one night on the bus, with her and a bunch of our friends, which was a good time."

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As for Lohan's never-ending problems with the law, most recently her Nov. 29 skirmish with another young woman at NYC club Avenue? "I'm sure she's got people around her that know much better than we do," George told Us optimistically. "We're probably not the best influences."

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