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Lauryn Hill’s reputation is taking another hard hit from her former tour mates.

Hill, 36, has been accused of stealing clothes from a former fashion consultant, as well as skipping out on part of her bill, according to reports.

In a lawsuit filed in L.A. County Superior Court, Hill allegedly walked away with most of a “wardrobe of high fashion items” that were provided by fashion consultant company Via Davia Vintage.

The clothing was supplied to Lauryn Hill during her European tour in 2007.

She reportedly agreed to pay the company a set weekly fee for four weeks, but according to the lawsuit, she hung on to the clothes for three months.

In addition, Hill only paid the company 30 percent of the items’ total cost, keeping the expensive clothing for herself.

This isn’t the only dispute stemming from Hill’s 2007 tour.

Last month, guitarist Jay Gore sued Lauryn for $20,000, claiming she didn’t pay him after he played in her European tour.

Hill, whose last studio album was released in 1998, was also accused of mistreating Gore and other musicians while on the tour.

“[She] exhibited the type of behavior for which she had gained public notoriety which contributed to a hostile work environment,” Gore said in court documents. “At one point, Hill made a statement in front of the tour personnel to the effect that ‘I can’t believe I am paying you fools, you should be paying me.'”

Lauryn Hill’s manager have not commented on the allegations.