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LiLo Pays Her Stereo Bill!

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Guess she finally decided to avoid the courtroom for once in her life! FINALLY!

Lindsay Lohan has been in a war of words with a man who was planning to sue the hard-pAArtying actress for failing to pay him $1,100 for installing a stereo system in her Venice pad, and even went as far as to accuse her of being a "born druggie," but apparently everything has resolved itself, because he's now changing his tune SIGNIFICANTLY!

According to Stephen Clark:

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LiLo Vs. Stereo Installer: It's Getting Ugly!

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Yeesh! He went right for the jugular this time, didn't he?

Not that we blame him!

As we reported, Lindsay Lohan can't even get her shit together enough to pay a $1,100 bill for having a stereo installed in her home, and the man who got stuck with the job, Stephen Clark, is taking her ass to small claims court to get paid what he owed!

Well, apparently, Clark first attempted to handle it himself, and after failing to secure his payment after a few written exchanges, he lost it, and had quite a few not-so-nice words for the hard-pAArtying actress!

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Tiger Woods Costumed Man Suing PGA Tour

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Black, white, gay, straight, or tiger costume — discrimination is discrimination!

At least that's what Jason Goodwin, a man who was "unfairly ejected" from the TPC Boston golf tournament in 2010 because he was wearing a giant tiger costume, thinks.

The man claims to have gotten "pre-permission" to wear the costume in support of his favorite player, Tiger Woods, before the event, but was ejected despite his valid ticket anyway.

Apparently, golfers don't take kindly to bright orange animal costume's ’round those parts!

Ironically, it was Tiger Wood's playing partner, Angel Cabrera, who demanded the spirited fan be removed after complaining the tiger suit was "too bright and bothersome."

The man feels his civil rights were "infringed upon" and is taking the matter to small claims court where he hopes to get $7,150 in exchange for his treatment at the golf tourney, saying:

"I want to make the point that you can't tell people what to wear."

We don't disagree necessarily, especially if he was told he could wear the costume by officials. However, if he was being rude and obnoxious WHILE wearing the costume, we can totally understand why the PGA officials would eject him.

Let's hope this case makes it to Judge Judy and Mr. Goodwin arrives to court with the eye of the tiger. LOLz!

[Image via Getty Images.]

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