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Lindsay Lohan: Bravo Allegedly Wanted To Repossess Furniture

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Lindsay Lohan so angered Bravo’sMillion Dollar Decorator producers that they allegedly threatened to repossess her furniture. The former Disney star reportedly did not show up to tape the big reveal portion of the Million Dollar Decorator show being staged her former Beverly Hills rental home.

A Radar Online source allegedly “close to the situation” claims that the Million Dollar Decorator interior designers and Bravo producers tried to repossess both her furniture and the new flooring which had been gifted to her for appearing on the show. Lohan allegedly did not show up for the taping because she had been in a car accident, the Huffington Post notes.

The source had this to say about the alleged attempts to repossess Lindsay Lohan’s furniture:

“Lindsay didn’t appreciate anything that was done for her. She was given $250,000 in furniture. Bravo attempted to get the furniture back, but Lindsay was one step ahead of them and had everything from the house sent to an unknown storage location. Lindsay was quite pleased with herself and bragged to friends that she can get whatever she wants because she is a celebrity.”

Kathyrn Ireland has allegedly not given up on getting the Lohan furniture returned. Since the beleaguered movie star is struggling with debt, some insiders are supposedly speculating that the furniture has already or may soon be sold.

Million Dollar Decorator interior designer Kathyrn Ireland was reportedly approached by Lohan at a 2011 New Year’s Eve party. The Scary Movie 5 star allegedly asked Ireland if she could appear on an episode of the Bravo reality show.

Although Lindsay Lohan never did tape the big reveal finale on Million Dollar Decorator, the show went on without her. The second part of the Lohan episode aired on Bravo on Tuesday evening.

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  1. Paula Gorman

    Stop giving to the rich! They can afford it. They don't appreciate it either.