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Thursday 25 December 2014

Lohan denies stealing from set

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Lindsay Lohan

'Liz and Dick' film premiere, Los Angeles, America - 20 Nov 2012
Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan is telling friends she did not take items from her Anger Management cameo appearance without permission.

The 26-year-old actress was rumoured to have taken several fashion pieces home with her after filming a cameo part on Charlie Sheen’s sitcom.

However the star allegedly has told friends there was an agreement for her to keep some of the things she had access to in the wardrobe department.

According to TMZ, producers allowed the troubled star to retrieve all the stuff she wanted from her job, but the collective value would be deducted from her salary.

Apparently Lindsay acquired two bracelets, a necklace, sunglasses, a pair of shoes, gold earrings, a silk bathrobe, lingerie and tap shorts from the experience.

She claims the person heading up the costume department was very aware she had taken the goods and was okay with it.

Lindsay is also telling her friends she has no intention of returning the belongings because she feels she has purchased them.

Sources told the website Lindsay failed to verbally agree to what exactly would be taken before she walked off set.

It is thought the stylist told producers she didn’t want to take the matter into her own hands by stopping her from leaving and instead billed the star for "all missing items".

Lindsay allegedly refused to fill out a cheque at the wardrobe department’s request.

It’s not the first time she has been tapped on the wrist for taking jewellery that doesn’t belong to her.

In 2011 she landed in trouble with the law for taking a $2,500 necklace from a store in Venice, California.

It’s just one of her relapses which has seen her violate probation for a drink driving arrest in 2007.

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