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3Lindsay Lohan Borrowed a Dress and Then Destroyed It

When Lindsay Lohan was asked to open the amFAR gala in New York earlier this month, the whole world was like, “Uh, why?” but she did look slightly less cracked out on the red carpet than she has at other recent events, at least. Since it was a special occasion, she needed a special dress and only one designer was willing to play the fool this time around and s/he/they (?) go by the name Theia. The sparkly gown, seen above, costs a hefty $1,500, but since Lindsay’s broke and taking handouts from Charlie Sheen at the moment, she got this one on loan. You can imagine how well that went.

I’ll let US Weekly do the honors:

“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 tells Us Weekly. “But what bouncer has scissors?”

“She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! ” the source continues. “She’s out of control and behaving really badly.”

And here’s Lindsay’s handy work:

Damn. That is some shit you do when you’re on a meth binge or something. What in the hell would compel you to take scissors to a dress at all, let alone one you don’t own and surely can’t afford to buy? Drugs are the only answer. Shaking my head at this girl.

February 21, 2013 at 12:30 pm by Jennifer
Filed Under: Lindsay Lohan

3 Responses to “Lindsay Lohan Borrowed a Dress and Then Destroyed It”

  1. Julia says:

    She such a fucking crack whore ! She belongs in jail in a orange jump suit and only given bread and water ! Their is no helping this girl she is damaged ! And I’m trying to be nice !

  2. Webster says:

    Maybe your friend’s mother can take some of that money and pay for Lohans borrowed destroyed dress.

  3. Jacq says:

    The cutting is a non-issue. The dress was completely ruined the second she put it on.

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