Three women, one man charged with burglarizing celebrities’ homes

Los Angeles prosecutors have charged four people with burglarizing the homes of Hollywood celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan.

Five people have been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing homes in the Hollywood Hills belonging to the rich and famous

LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles prosecutors have charged four people with burglarizing the homes of Hollywood celebrities such as Lindsay Lohan.

Felony residential burglary charges are being filed Wednesday against three women and one man, who range in ages from 18 to 27. Prosecutors have declined to file charges against 18-year-old Rachel Lee pending further investigation. She has been described by police as the “driving force” behind the burglaries.

The suspects include Alexis Neiers, who is filming a pilot for a reality show, and Courtney Ames, Diana Tamayo and Roy Lopez Jr. The group is accused of breaking into the homes of Lindsay Lohan and “The Hills” star Audrina Patridge. A prosecution spokeswoman says additional charges will be filed against an alleged accomplice, Nicholas Prugo.

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