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Dita Von Teese Reveals She's Being a Shopaholic

February 5, 2010 (7:35 am) GMT
The Adeline Winter of 'The Boom Boom Room' shares her bad habit in spending cash, admitting she once bought a $70,000 dress.

Burlesque star enjoys extravagant shopping sprees and once spent $70,000 on a single dress. 's dancer ex-wife insists she frequently gets carried away and splurges four and five figure sums.

She says, "I know how to spend extravagantly - I think nothing of spending $8,000 on a corset for my show. My accountant once said he couldn't understand how I spent $70,000 on a single dress, but then he came to my show and saw how lavish it was and told me afterward that now he understood."

But the 37-year-old star doesn't rely on credit cards to buy items - after struggling with debt as a teen, "I learned when I was 18 about not ruining your credit rating spending on cards. When I first had credit cards I let a large balance accrue. It took me a long time to shake off the debt and for a while I had a very low credit score and couldn't get a car loan."

"Now I really value my spotless record - I pay my balances off every month and that means I can buy whatever I want. And I don't focus on what my card limits are - I have girlfriends who see they have a $10,000 limit and max it out as if it's their natural born right."

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