Lindsay Lohan could face legal action following claims she lost $2 million worth of borrowed jewels, according to a report today in The Sun (UK).
The supposed actress, 23, was loaned the bling by swanky Beverly Hills store XIV Karats two months ago. Then they recently wanted them back.
That's when Lohan said they had been stolen from her. Of course.
Lindsay's Hollywood Hills home was burglarized last weekend, with thieves making off with a safe as well as some handbags, photos and videos.
Yes, videos. A Lindsay Lohan sex tape should be leaked imminently.
Maybe it's a good thing she's changing addresses, as she seems to be robbed by miscreants or have the police called on her drunk ass about once every month.
A brittle Lindsay Lohan shivers from a rogue breeze in L.A.
While the burglars were caught on tape, they have yet to be brought to justice. Not that this will stop the jewels' owners from coming after Firecrotch.
"Lindsay claimed they had been stolen. They disappeared. XIV are not happy about it," a source said. "The jewels were in Lindsay's care and they were only on loan. If something is not resolved soon there will be legal action taken."
Lindsay's rep denied the report, which is not the first of its kind.
Christian Dior jewels worth around $400,000 vanished at a photo shoot with Lindsay in London. Her morals and values were ransacked long before that.