She's not the first notable person to face charges of taking things she didn't pay for. Here's a look at some others.
Police say Marketic was released from a Texas jail after she was accused of stealing almost $90 in beauty products from a Target store on Aug. 4, 2010.
In a March 2010 interview with Paper magazine, Ditto said she has a "hard time not buying or stealing" - "If I want something, I have to have it."
But, she then added, she doesn't shoplift anymore. "The last time was three months ago -- a dress from Marshalls. I used to steal more. I mostly stole from Goodwill. You know, 'Can't be bothered. The line's too long. Put it in your purse.'"
On Feb. 14, 2008, Ling was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport on charges of shoplifting two magazines and a package of batteries. In March 2008, she pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace was ordered to pay a fine and penalties totaling $700.
In 2007, TMZ.com reported that the singer snatched a lighter from a convenience store without paying for it. She then reportedly turned to the cameras and yelled, "I stole something. Oh, I'm bad. Ohhhhh!"
The actress, who played housekeeper Rosario on the sitcom "Will & Grace," was charged with misdemeanor grand theft in 2003 for allegedly trying to shoplift jewelry from a West Los Angeles department store. Morrison pleaded no contest to a charge of petty theft, a misdemeanor. She was given a $300 fine, one year probation and told to stay away from the store.
Ryder was convicted in 2002 of felony grand theft and vandalism for stealing several thousand dollars worth of merchandise from a Saks Fifth Avenue store in Beverly Hills, Calif., the previous year. She was placed on three years probation and fined $2,700. She paid $6,355 in restitution to the store and $1,000 in restitution to the court. She also was ordered to undergo psychological and drug counseling.
In 1993, Capriati was caught allegedly trying to steal a cheap silver ring from a mall in Tampa, Fla. She was issued a citation for shoplifting.
Before Love became a rock star, she was arrested for shoplifting at 13. "I ended up going through the juvenile system...because I got arrested shoplifting a Kiss T-shirt," she said in a 2006 interview with British newspaper The Times.
Myerson, who in 1945 became the first Jewish woman to be crowned Miss America, was arrested in a small Pennsylvania town in 1988 on a charge of shoplifting $44.07 in merchandise. She pleaded guilty and was fined $100, plus $48.50 court costs.
In 1970, she was arrested twice for shoplifting after she took clothes from boutiques, and was convicted both times on the lesser charge of trespassing and fined $125 and $265, respectively.