As Lindsay Lohan prepares to face a judge once again on Thursday, she and her lawyers are discussing the possibility of filing a lawsuit against the jewelry store who sold surveillance footage of her.

According to E! Online, Lohan wants to file suit against Kamofie & Co, the jewelry store that has accused her of felony theft. The actress claims the store sold footage of her trying on the necklace she is charged with stealing, which is valued at $2,500.

'Entertainment Tonight' paid a rumored sum of $25,000 for the exclusive footage. The store claims, however, there was no sale -- at least not one involving them.

"We have heard the report today that Lindsay Lohan is preparing to sue Kamofie & Co...claiming [we] had no right to release the surveillance video. We wish to remind everyone that we turned the tape over to the Associated Press and that Kamofie & Co. has had no contact or dealings with 'Entertainment Tonight,'" said store spokesman Christopher Spencer.

A rep for the Associated Press also responded to Lohan's claim.

"Under an agreement with the copyright owner of the video, AP's commercial images division worked out a deal allowing 'Entertainment Tonight' to air the video exclusively at this time," an AP rep said.