April 24, 2007 / Posted by: Michael K
A source told Star Magazine that Lindsay Lohan is proud of the fact that she stole $10,000 worth of clothes and accessories from her old pal, Laura Hastings. The source claims that on April 15th Lindsay stopped by Lauren's house, but Lauren was on a shoot in Texas. Lauren's house sitter let Lindsay in after she told her that she left some clothes there.
Lauren is a model and has a closet full of designer crap. Lindsay strolled into her bedroom and with the help of her bodyguard took $10,000 worth of clothes, purses and shoes and dropped them into her trunk.
When Lauren returned home the next day she found that she'd been robbed. She immediately texted (does anyone call anymore?) Lindsay and demanded her crap back or she'd go to the police.
The source said that Lindsay was at Hyde with Nicole Richie and girlfriend Samantha Ronson when she got the text and started laughing and passed it around.
The source said, "Lindsay just told her she was delusional and claimed Lauren didn't know what she was talking about. She insisted the items weren't stolen because they did belong to her. Then she'd laughed to her friends about it. She thought the whole thing was hysterical,"
Nicole joined in on the fun and texted Lauren that they would return the clothes after they cut them up, because Lauren was so fat. Nicole also told her that she'd regret going to the police.
Here's a pic of Lauren , bitch ain't fat, but she used to date DJ AM.
All these people really suck at life. With the MySpace fueds, texting wars and clothes stealing…you'd think they were still in Junior High. FUCK! Hollywood is just a giant Junior High School without delicious pizza days.
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