Lindsay Lohan sued for swiping $10k mink coat
Remember when we said 22-year-old Columbia student Maria Markova was planning to sue Lindsay Lohan for that time when the actress swiped her grandmother's $11,000 mink coat from 1Oak? Well, it happened, the New York Post reports.
"Defendant's (Lohan's) actions were intentional, oppressive and malicious and were carried out with reckless disregard for plaintiff's rights," according to the lawsuit. "Plaintiff has been injured by the defendant's actions."
Markova isn't specifying what kind of compensation they want, but she previously said she wanted about $10k for the unauthorized rental. The nightclub found a way to return the coat after Markova's lawyer, Merrill Cohen, called LiLo's attorney, Blair Berk, but the actress has never admitted to taking it, despite being photographed wearing it early this year. But $10,000?
"Throughout this time, defendant used plaintiff's blond mink coat for her own benefit and deprived plaintiff of her rightful possession and use of her property," the lawsuit claims. Like that time this kid in our third grade class took the paste from us before we were done making Halloween decorations, and we couldn't finish until that jerk brought it back. Man, we shoulda sued.
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