Lindsay Lohan is being sued for $5 million by clothing company D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries, who claim her ''drug-addled image'' ruined their contracts with her.
Lindsay Lohan is being sued for $5 million.
The Scary Movie 5' star is being counter-sued by clothing manufacturer D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries, who claim she is the reason a business deal for her 6126 clothing line fell apart, according to TMZ.
Lindsay had originally started legal action against the company, claiming they didn't honour a licensing fee agreement and seeking $1.1 million in damages.
However, D.N.A.M. claim they attempted to sell the Lindsay's 6126 clothes to high-end third party retailers in 2010, but found it hard, as Lindsay's personal life and legal problems had spiralled out of control.
The lawsuit points out Lindsay was in rehab at the time, claiming she had a ''drug-addled image,'' which affected their own reputation, and her legal problems were playing out ''like a Greek tragedy.''
D.N.A.M. claims it invested millions in the 6126 brand only to find it unprofitable. They are suing for breach of contract and fraud, asking for at least $5 million in damages.
Lindsay's public image is still in trouble as she is currently undergoing three months of court-ordered rehab at the Betty Ford Clinic in California, where she is reportedly finding conditions tough.
An insider told RadarOnline.com: ''Lindsay just doesn't want to be there. She was forced to go to Betty Ford by the judge instead of going to jail.
''The actress looks extremely haggard, her face is bloated, and it doesn't look like she has brushed her hair in days.
''She looks very disheveled and has absolutely no energy since docs took away the [prescription medicine] Adderall.''