Lindsay Lohan accused of taking $15,000 worth of clothes from Scary Movie 5 set
19:54 GMT, 24 October 2012
Lindsay Lohan apparently grabbed $15,000 worth of clothing from the set of her new film, Scary Movie 5.
The items were on her wardrobe racks and the actress has been accused of helping herself to them, according to a new report in the National Enquirer.
The American tabloid claims to have spoken to a set insider, who alleged Lindsay, 26, took some 'nice tops and skirts' among other things while shooting the movie last month.
Sticky fingers Lindsay Lohan has been accused of helping herself to $15,000 worth of clothes from the set of Scary Movie 5, seen here in a promotional shot from the upcoming film with co-star Charlie Sheen
'It was the talk of the set in Atlanta,' the whistleblower told the publication.
Lohan's representatives have denied the claims
'The clothes were on her wardrobe racks. Some nice tops and skirts and
other items were gone.
'I guess Lindsay thought she was entitled to it,
like free soap at a hotel. All the other actors knew about it, but the
producers just put it down to the price you had to pay for doing
business with Lindsay.'
Lindsay is playing herself in the upcoming horror flick, which is set for release next year.
She was confirmed as having joined the cast in August, along with Charlie Sheen.
According to the NE, Lindsay was
unhappy with her part and only showed up on Georgia set after being
threatened with legal action.
The source added: 'The wardrobe people were unhappy about the missing clothes, but at
the end of the day the producers decided it was more trouble than it was
worth to try and get them back.'
Lindsay's spokesman Steve Honig told MailOnline: 'This is pure National Enquirer fiction.'
Back in 2011 Lohan was convicted of a necklace theft after being caught on surveillance footage wearing the $2,500 jewellery item just before it went missing from the Kamofie & Co store in Venice Beach, Los Angeles.