According to an insider, the clothes were on her wardrobe racks and Lindsay felt entitled to take and keep whatever she wanted.
"It was the talk of the set in Atlanta," a source told the new issue of the National Enquirer.
"The clothes were on her wardrobe racks. Some nice tops and skirts and other items were gone. 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 also goes on to explain that Lindsay didn't like the role she was cast in the movie, and only showed up to the set after she was threatened with legal action.
"Even unreliable Charlie Sheen was concerned that Lindsay wouldn't show up for the September shoot in Georgia," the source said.
"The wardrobe people were unhappy about the missing 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."
For the full story, pick up the latest issue of the National Enquirer -- on newsstands everywhere Thursday.