How could she?
Lindsay Lohan borrowed a gorgeous designer gown, only to return it literally cut in half.
Lohan wore the beaded, floor-sweeping frock to a fashion week event in New York City. Designed by Theia, it's worth $1,750.
The designer duds were provided to Lohan by celebrity stylist Phillip Bloch.
When Lohan returned it, Bloch was shocked to find it cut to half its original length. It's reminscent of "Danke Schoen," memorably lip-synced by Ferris Bueller: "How you tore your dress, what a mess, I confess."
INSIDE EDITION exclusively obtained the tattered gown.
Brittney Levine told INSIDE EDITION, "This dress is completely ruined. It's the kind of thing that should never happen, especially when you're loaning the dress to a celebrity."
So, how did the dress go from fabulous to finished? "[Lindsay] said that the dress had ripped [at a club]" a source told US Weekly magazine. "She couldn't possibly wear it like that, so her friend went to the club bouncer and requested some scissors to repair the torn part of the dress."