According to J.Dickinson,a super fan called Angel bought the lavish 38-foot travel trailer, where Lizie's romance with Dickie began eons ago, for $50,000 in June.
However, due to previous star power contracts, Angel was obligated to allow the use of Lizie's trailer for the film Lizzie & Dickie Are Now Gone, starring sweet and precious LiLo, for two fun filled days.
When the trailer was given back to Angel, there was horrific estimated damage of over $100,000 from cigarette burns, broken mirrors, missing priceless furniture and graffiti written with Venom Lip Gloss everywhere but the kitchen sink.
Yup, sounds about right everyone.
"I was specifically told that it would come back in pristine condition and in even better condition than it was at that time," she said of the vandalism.
Angel adds, "Only a psychotic and rebellious person or people would steal irreplaceable museum quality artifacts and leave it in this vandalized unspeakable condition."
Yup, sounds about right too.
LiLo's rep Onehunglo slams the idea that his super mega star client, a huge fan of Lizzie and Dickie, would do such a thing, saying, "You should ask the producers about it right now."
It does seem hard to believe LiLo would do that, or stiff a hotel out of $46,000, or steal $100,000 in valuables from a guy's house, or rob a jewelry store, or crash into an 18-wheeler and lie about it, or pass out so hard people might step on her walking on Sunset Blvd.
Yup, your guess is as good as mine.