Lindsay Lohan Accused of Stealing $250,000 Worth of Furniture

In Celebs by LimeLife , on Wednesday, January 09, 2013, 11:30 AM (PST)


Does Lindsay Lohan EVER Do Anything Appropriate?

Another day, another Lindsay Lohan in trouble story. Seriously, this stuff just writes itself at this point. This time 'round, LiLo's been accused of having stolen a quarter million dollars worth of furnishings. Her parents would be so proud - if only they weren't gagantuan messups themselves.

Here's the scoop: In the penultimate and final episodes of this season's Bravo reality show, "Million Dollar Decorators," Lohan "hired" Kathryn Ireland to come and design her bedroom and sundry other areas at a new house she'd recently gotten. (Whether or not she bought the house or is renting it was never made clear.)

Seems that the real deal was that Bravo agreed to have Ireland design the rooms for free and they'd gift Lohan the furnishings IF Lohan agreed to appear on the show. She appeared on the first of the two episodes, picking fabrics, walking through idea boards, even semi-flirting with one of Ireland's sons, but then, she failed to show up to the taping of the "big reveal" of the room that went down in last night's season finale. Remember, this is her bedroom and she'd gotten free services from a highly renowned decorator and a whole bunch of free stuff and she still couldn't be bothered to make good on the deal. Priceless.

RadarOnline is reporting that a source confided, "Bravo, producers of 'Million Dollar Decorators', and the interior designers were so furious with Lindsay for bailing on the big reveal of her former Beverly Hills rental house, they attempted to repossess the furniture and flooring that was gifted to her. Ireland in particular was absolutely steamed and p***ed off at Lindsay with her antics as she devoted a lot of time to the project.''

The site also says that Lohan reportedly removed all the items and has them hidden in storage! What a class act.

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