When Lindsay Lohan first showed up on the set of Charlie Sheen‘s FX show Anger Management, the first story that made its way to TMZ was that LiLo showed up on time and came prepared, which … congratulations! That’s the bare minimum of literally every job known to mankind. Well, as time went on, more and more details emerged, once again painting Lindsay as an unprofessional jagweed intent on crushing any hope that she would ever grow up and behave like a responsible adult. Well, now TMZ is reporting that certain items went missing after her guest stint, with some sources claiming she stole them while Lindsay claims that she bought all of the stuff she took.
Lindsay acknowledges, she walked off with 2 bracelets, a necklace, sunglasses, a pair of shoes, gold earrings, a silk bathrobe, lingerie and tap shorts. She claims the wardrobe person was well aware she had the goods and claims the wardrobe lady specifically said it was A-OK and the cost would be deducted from her salary. Lindsay’s also telling friends, she’s NOT going to return the stuff, because as far as she’s concerned she paid for it. Here’s the problem. Sources from the show tell TMZ … Lindsay walked off with the bracelets, the necklace, earrings and shoes BEFORE there was any discussion about leaving with the stuff. We’re told the wardrobe person told producers she was not going to become a cop and block Lindsay from leaving the set with her stuff, so she told her the value of “all missing items” would be deducted from her paycheck. In fact, we’re told the wardrobe person actually tried to get Lindsay to write a check for the goods, but LiLo refused.
So basically, Lindsay was given another chance and proceeded to wipe her ass with it. Again. It’s almost as if Lindsay thanks everyone who gives her a job by turning around and showing how much she completely does not deserve it. “Thank you so much for casting me in your movie, but to be honest, you have made a terrible mistake. Watch as I leave your world in ashes. You will never know hope again. *Crashes her car into the boom mic operator, puts a cigarette out on the camera lens.* It’s a good thing I’m doing this, otherwise you’d never realize how terrible I am at holding down a steady job.”