The owner of a trailer created for Elizabeth Taylor in the 1960s claims it was ruined when it was used for a Lindsay Lohan film project.
Angel Alger, a Taylor fan, bought the lavishly-decorated 38ft dressing room trailer in June for \$50,000 (£31,550), with her life savings.
She agreed to let producers of Taylor biopic Liz & Dick use it during their shooting of the film, which stars Lohan as the actress.
Ms Alger had just two days with it before it was delivered to Silver Screen Pictures.
"I was specifically told that it would come back in pristine condition and in even better condition than it was at that time," she told CNN.
She alleges that when it was returned in July, dishes and glass were broken and there were cigarette burns on the furniture.
It is also claimed antiques including a European rocking chair had gone missing.
"Only a psychotic and rebellious person or people would steal irreplaceable museum belongings and leave it in this vandalized condition," she said.
Lohan's publicist denied the actress would ever ruin anything connected to Taylor.
"This has nothing to do with Lindsay," Steve Honig said. "You should ask the producers about it."
The trailer is where Taylor's romance with Richard Burton began.
Fox Studios created a resting place away from the set fit for the queen she was playing.
It had Roman columns with walls and ceilings hand-painted in the style of Cleopatra's era.