Well, this is awkward...
Terry Pheto has found herself caught up in a world of drama... all because of a dress (No, not #TheDress)
A store called That's It, reportedly gave her a dress to wear at the movie premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. The dress is said to be worth around R20 000.
A source told the paper that Terry was given the dress on condition that it was strictly on loan, to be worn only on special occasions. But she apparently decided to keep it instead.
She also allegedly took some accessories and other items from the high-end store. Another source told Sunday Sun: "She must just do the right thing – pay up or bring back the dress. She’s a regular customer, so they gave her things on credit. But I was shocked to learn this"
According to another source, the owner and store manager are frustrated. "Apparently, Terry is not taking their calls or trying to make some sort of arrangement with them. They told me she doesn’t even come to the store or to Illovo any more. She looked beautiful in that dress and everyone envied her on the night of the premiere."
The source added: "Celebrities must stop wearing stuff they don’t own. She should either return the dress or just pay up.
A shop assistant at That's It told Sunday Sun: "We’re not at liberty to disclose Terry’s account. We’d have to get permission from her first. Sorry, that’s our policy."
When called for comment, Terry told the paper: "The store owners are my friends. As far as I’m concerned, I owe them nothing.I always receive calls from people to dress me up and some of the clothes I take back."
Wow, do you think that Terry has kept the dress? Should she return it if that's the case, or should the store just be happy with the publicity?