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Lindsay Lohan Allegedly Scamed $16,000 Worth Of Unsustainable Threads

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We don’t like when celebs buy fur and/or leather products, but we super don’t like when celebs scam fur and leather products.

Lindsay Lohan is back in the spotlight once again for allegedly conning $16,880.63 worth of designer clothes from Church Boutique — including many items made of fur and leather.

The store is suing Lohan and claims that, “Lohan repeatedly orally represented to (the owners) that they were not to worry. The true facts were that she had no intention of causing her business manager to pay the entire balance.”

As you can imagine, the folks at PETA were none too happy with this news.

“We don’t know if Lindsay stole the clothes from the boutique, but we do know that the skins were stolen from their rightful owners—animals,” says PETA’s Dan Mathews. “The only victims here are the snakes and other exotic animals who are nailed to trees, bludgeoned with hammers, and skinned alive in the name of ‘fashion.'”

Did Lindsay Lohan indeed con the store out of their unsustainable fashion, or is this all made up? Looks like the courts will decide.

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