Talk about modeling bad behavior.
The skintight white minidress that troubled actress Lindsay Lohan wore Feb. 9 to answer grand theft charges has sold out online, a rep for its designer, Kimberly Ovitz, told ABC News.
Even though the $575 Glavis dress raised the eyebrows of veteran Lohan watchers and the tabloids for looking more club sexy than courtroom serious, the clingy number disappeared from the shelves of every virtual retailer who sold it within hours of her appearance in a Los Angeles courtroom.
Lohan, 24, was there to answer grand theft charges filed after the shoe and legging designer allegedly walked out of a Venice, Calif., boutique on Jan. 25 with a one-of-a-kind $2,500 necklace.
Lohan strutted into court looking more catwalk than perp walk wearing the embossed dress, black pumps and $312 Chanel 5182 sunglasses, her freshly coiffed hair neatly pulled back.
Ovitz, who got her start in fashion as a J.Crew intern at age 14, describes her line as "sexy, sophisticated and androgynous." And while she probably appreciates the buzz, Ovitz is already associated with a big Hollywood name: Dad is former Walt Disney Co. president and Creative Artists Agency founder Michael Ovitz.
A Kimberly Ovitz representative told ABC there may be a few scattered Glavis dresses left in various boutiques throughout the United States that carry her line.
Lohan is not uncomfortable making bold fashion statements along with her not-guilty pleas.
Read about the profane manicure she wore during a court appearance last year.
Meanwhile, Great Britain's royal bride-to-be, Kate Middleton, is causing her own fashion sell-outs for less notorious, more romantic reasons.