Lindsay Lohan a.k.a LiLo is getting a legal dressing down for a declared but not proved scamming $16,880.63 worth of designer dress from Church Boutique.
The Church Boutique filed a lawsuit claiming Lindsay Lohan “repeatedly” promised to pay for piles of high-fashion finery – including a $750 Mortimer T-shirt and Ron Donovan shoe pair.
“Lohan repeatedly orally represented to (the owners) that they were not to worry,” the lawsuit states. “The true facts were that she had no intention of causing her business manager to pay the entire balance.”
The store’s owners of Church Boutique “started their business from scratch,” so the case is practical as well as “a matter of principle,” lawyer Bill Crockett told the Daily News.
The call to Lindsay Lohan’s civil attorney and mother Dina were not returned.
The troubled starlet is facing a mixed bag of other legal woes, including a hearing in Beverly Hills on whether she does violating probation in her 2007 DUI (Driving under the Influence) case.