Lindsay Lohan borrows designer gown, destroys it, then returns it
The actress ruins a borrowed dress by hemming it herself.
Actress Lindsay Lohan seemed to look as if she were finally growing up when she made an appearance at the amfAR Gala on Feb. 6, wearing a sophisticated and pretty beaded gown by designer Theia.
But in typical Lohan style, the evening didn’t go down without a few mishaps. In this case, a strange fashion mishap.
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According to Us Weekly, the star began the evening wearing a floor-length beaded gown (which, by the way, she had borrowed, not purchased, and which was valued at $1,750), but by the time she returned the dress, it was half its original length.
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"She said that the dress had ripped [at a club after the fundraiser] -- she couldn't possibly wear it like that -- so her stylist friend went to the club bouncer and requested some scissors to repair the torn part of the dress," a source told the magazine. "But what bouncer has scissors? She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! " said the source. "She's out of control and behaving really badly."
Tell us: What do you think happened to the dress?
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Lindsey Lohan is a nightmare of self-indulgence. She is incapable of taking responsibility for her actions and no one and I mean no one should allow her to continue in this behavior. Why the designer of the dress would lend her the time of day astounds me...esp. after all of the really bad publicity she has had. Her reputation is well-known.
She has repeatedly proved that she know the price of everything and the value of nothing!
I hope she gets sues for the cost of the dress and that people stop enabling her.
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