She'll probably claim she was set up, or they're not her shoes, or Eleonore Lieven did it, or some such nonsense, but a lawsuit alleges Lindsay Lohan concocted a plan to defraud an L.A. boutique out of thousands of dollars in ... shoes.
Church, which sells expensive clothes, jewelry, and accessories, claims the train wreck shopped at the store between November 2009-February 2010.
According to the suit, Lindsay Lohan racked up a bill of $17,060.83 and convinced the owners that her business manager would be paying the bill.
The business manager paid a grand total of $180.
Lock your doors, boutique owners. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]
The lawsuit, which will be filed in L.A. County Superior Court, alleges LiLo "had no intention of causing her business manager to pay the entire balance."
Amusingly, and unfortunately for the plaintiffs, the suit claims the owners relied on her "well known status as a movie actress with substantial income."
LOL on both of those assumptions.
The owners are claiming Lindsay Lohan committed premeditated fraud and are seeking the balance - $16,880.63 - plus interest and punitive damages.
Maybe it was a misunderstanding, but as someone who lives beyond her means and never takes responsibility for her actions, we can totally believe it.
Lohan has yet to whip out the list of bad excuses.