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Tara Reid Throws Tantrum at All Saints After Being Denied Discount (Report)

Best known for "American Pie" in 1999 and a major 2004 nudity scandal, the perpetual party girl screams at staff at Robertson Boulevard store after demanding a "fame" discount.

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These days, young Hollywood is much less raucous than the "golden age of crotch shots" in the mid-2000s, long before Lindsay inflated her lips and Paris still seemed relevant. 

Which is why Monday's report of OG trainwreck Tara Reid getting escorted out of All Saints for acting like an animal revives a spot in our heart once held for the out-of-control, pin-thin party girls of yore. 

The New York Daily News reports that Reid popped into the British import's Robertson Boulevard location over the weekend to pick up some Coachella gear and, apparently, demanded a discount "because of her fame." After being denied, she "began to scream and was escorted out."

According to Reid's rep, “Tara gets a huge discount with All Saints in the U.K. and Paris because she’s a walking billboard for them. She gets photographed ... so they give her huge hookups. We told them we get a discount, and they said they’d email the press team.”

Evidentially that wasn't good enough for the 37-year-old American Pie actress, who might best be known for the 2004 nudity scandal that showed off her unfortunate set of breast implant scars. Reid huffed and left the store on her own, without the Coachella accouterment she hoped to acquire to survive the weekend music fest. According to Twitter, she still managed to see Infected Mushroom — aka her favorite band — minus the $600 leather jacket or $145 jeans sold at the shop.

All Saints is known for rocker-infused, leather-tinged pieces frequently worn by Vanessa Hudgens, Halle Berry, Eddie Redmayne, Jennifer Lawrence, Zac Efron and Bella Thorne as well as the cast of British TV smash Doctor Who. So it's anyones guess what heft Reid — who hasn't appeared in a hit film since 2002's Van Wilder — brings to the brand, PR-wise. 

An e-mail request made to All Saints for comment wasn't returned. 

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