The actress was accused of taking home nice clothes from the movie set last month, thinking it was complimentary like soap in hotels.
Lindsay Lohan could be in for another legal trouble but her spokesman stopped the rumor before it spreads out like wildfire. Steve Honig denied that his client has stolen $15,000 worth of clothing from the set of her new film, "Scary Movie 5", telling Mail Online "This is pure National Enquirer fiction."
Enquirer got its story from a set insider who said Lohan took "nice tops and skirts" from the Atlanta set last month. "I guess Lindsay thought she was entitled to it, like free soap at a hotel. All the other actors knew about it, but the producers just put it down to the price you had to pay for doing business with Lindsay," the source said.
Lohan stars in the horror film for a small role and reportedly was unhappy with her part. She was threatened with legal action for stealing the clothes, "but at the end of the day the producers decided it was more trouble than it was worth to try and get them back," the source said.
The actress has been accused of stifling a necklace worth $25,000 from the Kamofie & Co store in Venice Beach, Los Angeles last year. This time, her act was caught on surveillance tape and she was charged for theft. She pled no contest and was subject to supervised probation. She also completed the required community service and therapy in March this year.