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Lindsay Lohan ‘Million Dollar Decorators' Furniture May Be Repossessed By Bravo (PHOTOS)

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Just hours after gushing over Lindsay Lohan’s home on Million Dollar Decorators we’ve heard a rumor that Bravo TV wants to repossess the $250,000 worth of furniture that was given to Lohan for the project.

According to Radar Online, producers and interior designers were so angry with Lohan for not appearing at the big reveal on her former Beverly Hills home, they “attempted to repossess the furniture and flooring that was gifted to her. Kathryn Ireland in particular was absolutely steamed and pissed off at Lindsay's antics as she devoted a lot of time to the project,” a source told the website.

The report also says that since Lohan moved out of the house, she has put the gifted decor in an unknown storage. But that supposedly isn’t going to stop Ireland and the team from getting the goods back. “Just because the pricey furnishings are in storage doesn’t mean that Kathryn Ireland doesn’t want it returned. She thinks it’s only fair that Lindsay does the right thing, and just return everything, but she isn’t holding her breath for that to happen. It wouldn’t shock anyone if Lilo tried to sell the goods,” the source told the site.

During last night’s Million Dollar Decorator’s season finale, we learned that Lohan didn’t show up for the reveal because she was in a car accident. And while Ireland was understandably upset about not being able to show the actress her new home, she had nothing but nice things to say about her experience with Lohan. And the designer even told The Hollywood Reporter that Lohan was “really cute” when she actually did get to see her new home. "I got a text from her with her reaction. 'I can't believe this is my house. I'm in tears. Thank you. It was all worthwhile.”

Click through our slideshow to see photos of Lindsay’s former home, which is currently on the market. And head over to Radar Online for more information.

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