Lindsay Lohan reportedly made some last-minute alterations to a beaded Theia Couture gown she borrowed for the AmfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala.
Lindsay Lohan arrives for the amfAR's annual Fashion Week New York Gala at Cipriani Wall Street in New York on February 8, 2012. UPI /Laura Cavanaugh
Updated Feb. 21, 2013 at 12:52 PM
Published: Feb. 21, 2013 at 12:07 PM
The latest chapter in Lindsay Lohan's misadventures saga involves a $1,700 gown and a pair of scissors.
According to the Daily News, Lohan was blacklisted from borrowing designer gowns to red carpet events after returning a dress in ruins.
The dress in question is a $1,700 beaded nude and silver Theia Couture gown Lohan wore to an AmfAR event.
“She said the dress ripped by accident and she got scissors from a bouncer at a club to fix it. She said she didn’t have a choice in the matter. God only knows what really happened,” a source told The News.
After the incident, Lohan reportedly returned the dress shredded and while the source believes there was no real reason to cut the dress, the star's stylist was not too worried about it.
“She’s glamorous and a nice girl and knows what looks good on her,” stylist Phillip Bloch told The News. “I would definitely work with her again. I would just lay down some ground rules and do my best to make sure it never happens again.”
For photos of the ripped dress visit The New York Daily News.