Jan 9 2013, 11:20am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
US cable channel Bravo attempted to repossess goods given to the troubled actress on makeover show 'Million Dollar Decorators', which remodeled the bedroom in her Beverly Hills rental home, after she failed to honor her commitment to appear in the episode.
The 26-year-old star approached Kathryn Ireland, one of the show's interior designers, to appear on the program but then missed filming for the big reveal of the room, resulting in Bravo reclaiming its furniture.
A source told RadarOnline.com: "Bravo, producers of 'Million Dollar Decorators', and the interior designers were so furious with Lindsay for bailing on the big reveal of her former Beverly Hills rental house, they attempted to repossess the furniture and flooring that was gifted to her. Ireland in particular was absolutely steamed and p***ed off at Lindsay with her antics as she devoted a lot of time to the project."
It is alleged that Lindsay had the furnishings removed and hidden in storage, and bragged that she could get away with it because of her celebrity status.
The source added: "Lindsay didn't appreciate anything that was done for her. She was given $250,000 in furniture. Bravo attempted to get the furniture back, but Lindsay was one step ahead of them and had everything from the house sent to an unknown storage location. Lindsay was quite pleased with herself and bragged to friends that she can get whatever she wants because she is a celebrity.
"Just because the pricey furnishings are in storage doesn't mean that Kathyrn Ireland doesn't want it returned. She thinks it's only fair that Lindsay do the right thing, and just return everything, but she isn't holding her breath for that to happen. It wouldn't shock anyone if Lilo tried to sell the goods."
Bravo stated Lindsay "was not available for the reveal shoot, but we were still able to capture the outcome, just like we do for many of the reveal episodes".
Source: Bang Showbiz
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