Poor misunderstood Lindsay Lohan. If only the public would cut her a break…..LOL.
Lindsay Lohan has once again proved that she isn’t fit for adulthood. Completely incapable of making a mature decision she has made headlines for trashing the gorgeous beaded gown she wore to the 2013 amfAR event in New York City on February 6th.
The floor length dress was borrowed from designer Theia Couture and to make matters worse, it’s rumored that Scary Movie 5 costar Charlie Sheen had to ‘beg’ his stylist to get Theia to loan it to her. After the gala ended, Lohan headed out to the bar for the rest of the evening…huge shock there. And sometime between the American Foundation AIDS Research event and Lohan stumbling home later, the dress was torn in to two halves.
A source says that when Lindz was at the club, the gown ripped and it was impossible for Lohan to wear it with the gaping tear. So a friend got creative and asked a nearby bouncer for a pair of scissors, headed to the restroom and butchered the dress. In a matter of moments the floor length gown transformed into a cocktail length frock, but Lohan never once thought to ask permission first…isn’t that bizarre?
A representative for Theia Couture told ABCNews.com,
“The dress was loaned in good faith to Phillip Bloch, Lindsay Lohan’s stylist…”
Well that was their first mistake.
“We were informed by Mr. Bloch’s assistant that the dress was damaged during the course of the evening. The dress has not been returned, and it wasn’t until we saw the photos in the media, that we became aware of the actual condition of the gown.”
And you are surprised?! Please. This ain’t Lilo’s first rodeo.
So far, Lohan’s rep hasn’t commented on the dress debacle.
Since the story broke, it’s alleged that Charlie Sheen also volunteered to cough up half the cash for the dress so Lohan would own it. You would think that the $100,000 he loaned her last year to cover a miniscule part of her tax bill would be enough charity for him. I wonder why he’s so determined to help Lindsay?
Do you think Lohan’s ‘alterations’ were fair? Think she will cover the cost of the damaged dress?