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It appears Lindsay Lohan got some bad drugs or was wasted out of her mind or both because while using her boyfriend's credit card at Selfridges in London, she decided to try on some clothes. So, she went to a changing room, which is never a good idea with Lindsay because if you let her go alone you might get your clothes stolen, damaged, or burned by her cigarettes. The staffers let her go alone though and a short time later she emerged wearing nothing and began running around the store while staffers tried to cover her with a blanket. They finally managed to get Lindsay back in the changing room where she dressed and left and didn't show up for an appointment she had scheduled later in the day with a personal shopper.
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