Another day, another despicable Lindsay Lohan story.
According to TMZ, Lohan insists she didn't trash Elizabeth Taylor's 1963 "Cleopatra" trailer during the filming of her new movie, despite accusations from the trailer's owner.
No word on whether she went to the cemetery and stomped on Taylor's grave afterward.
The owner of the trailer -- a woman named Angel Alger -- bought the lavish trailer for $50,000 in June and agreed to loan it to Lifetime producers during the filming of the Elizabeth Taylor biopic "Liz & Dick" this summer. Lohan starred as Taylor in the film, which was seen by many as a potential comeback for the troubled actress.
The trailer was allegedly filled with priceless memorabilia from the days Taylor used it while filming "Cleopatra." When it was returned to Alger after filming, she claims the thing was trashed.
Come on. Lindsay Lohan just played Elizabeth Taylor. She bonded with Taylor's spirit. She wouldn't do something like that. You know, unless she has deep-seeded issues and/or drug and alcohol problems.
According to Alger, the trailer was covered in cigarette burns, dishes and glasses were broken, and several priceless antiques were missing -- including an old European rocking chair and a French telephone.