Tara Reid loses it after being denied store discount

Getty ImagesTara Reid loves a good deal

Getty ImagesTara Reid loves a good deal

Reese Witherspoon may have thrown a diva tantrum this week, but washed-up actress Tara Reid threw her own do-you-know-who-I-am hissy fit as well.

The Sun reports that Reid was shopping in L.A. for a hot new outfit to wear to the Coachella music festival when she was denied a discount at the All Saints store. She reportedly told the staff that she deserved the discount due to her fame, and “she was screaming. She had to be escorted out by security,” says a source. “She seemed drunk.”

According to Reid’s reps, she does usually get discounts from the brand because she is a “walking billboard” for it–but, they added, “She was definitely not drunk.”

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