Lindsay Lohan Will Have To Pay Taxes On Furniture Given To Her For Bravo Show

Lindsay Lohan will have to pay a hefty gift tax on the $250,000 worth of swanky furniture that was given to her by the producers of the hit Bravo reality television show, Million Dollar Decorator, because the troubled starlet refused to participate in the big reveal, is exclusively reporting.

“Producers had planned on paying the luxury gift tax on the furniture that was given to Lindsay for her Beverly Hills rental house. Lindsay was given $250,000 of beautiful furniture, but when she failed to agree to appear on Million Dollar Decorator for the big reveal of the work that was done on her rental house, the producers decided they weren’t going to pay the taxes,” a source told exclusively.

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“Lindsay will probably have to pay between $25,000 and $50,000 in taxes on the furniture.”

Bravo bosses initially wanted to repossess the furniture and flooring that was given to LiLo  after the actress refused to finish filming.

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“Lindsay didn’t appreciate anything that was done for her. She was given $250,000 in furniture,” an insider previously told

“Bravo attempted to get the furniture back, but Lindsay was one step ahead of them and had everything from the house sent to an unknown storage location. Lindsay was quite pleased with herself and bragged to friends that she can get whatever she wants because she is a celebrity.”

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The Liz & Dick star is swimming in monstrous debt, including owing the IRS a whopping $233,000 for unpaid taxes between 2009 and 2010.

A rep for Bravo had no comment.


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