Earlier, it was reported that Lindsay Lohan enlisted her sister Ali to try to sell her used clothes to Wasteland, a used clothing store that specializes in designer and vintage apparel. Perhaps she can trade some other used clothes for the elaborately beaded Theia gown she reportedly ruined on Wednesday.
According to the report, Lohan borrowed the designer gown, which carried a price tag of $1,750, to wear to the amFAR gala in New York City which took place at Cipriani Wall Street. That was all well and good, but after the gala, the troubled actress ripped it while partying.
According to a source,
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. But what bouncer has scissors?
She turned it into a mullet! Only a fashiony person would do that! She's out of control and behaving really badly.
By a mullet, for those unaware, the source meant short in front, long in back.
What's still more interesting is that Lohan managed to get a loan of the gown thanks to the intervention of Charlie Sheen. Sheen personally putting in a call to celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch to outfit her for the AmFAR gala. While Sheen generously offered to pay for half of the gown, Lohan -- cash-strapped -- instead borrowed it.
It is unclear what will happen now.
It does appear, though, that Sheen has gotten over his anger at his "Scary Movie 5" co-star. After lending her $100,000 to pay for part of her IRS bill, Sheen express annoyance that he had never received a "Thank you" from Lohan. After that prompting, she finally thanked him, and even produced evidence showing that she used the money for her tax bill.