Reportedly, Lindsay Lohan is facing a lawsuit, this time from bosses at a Los Angeles fashion store who accuse the actress of owing them thousands of dollars in unpaid bills.
The “Mean Girls” star was reported to have not paid up for clothing, jewelery and accessories from the Church Boutique, according to complaints filed by the shop owners David Malvaney and Rodney Burns on Wednesday, June 30.
The two insists Lohan has only paid $180 of a total $17,060 sum she piled up in shopping sprees between November 2009 and February this year. And the store owners said they wouldn’t have let Lohan take the items if they had realized she had “no intention” of paying.
The documents read, “Plaintiff’s reliance on Lohan’s representations (that her business manager would take care of it) were justified due to the celebrity of Lohan and her well-known status as a movie actress with substantial income.”
The shop owners’ attorney Bill Crockett tells E! News, “Filing suit was the last thing we wanted to do, but after six months of not being paid, my clients were left with no choice. They started this business from scratch, and that they have been successful in attracting an elite clientele does not mean they should be abused.”