Lindsay Lohan’s drug problems could soon cost her $5 million that she absolutely does not have.
You may recall that Lohan recently filed a lawsuit against D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries. In her lawsuit, Lohan claims that the company stiffed her out of $1.1 million in licensing fees.
D.N.A.M. was licensed to create a list of clothing under Lindsay Lohan’s “6126” clothing line. However, D.N.A.M. is now claiming that it couldn’t sell the clothing because of Lohan.
In a lawsuit of its own, the clothing manufacturer says it approached high end retailers to sell the clothing line, but they refused to go anywhere near a product associated with Lohan.
Apparently Lohan’s run-ins with the law and her rapidly growing drug problems made it impossible to pitch her clothing line. High-end retailers simply didn’t want to be associated with the equivalent of a white trash druggy.
D.N.A.M. says starting in 2010 it couldn’t get a meeting with retailers because Lindsay was in rehab and her life was quickly playing out “like a Greek tragedy.”
In the $5 million lawsuit, the company says Lindsay Lohan has created a “drug-addled images” that destroyed 6126’s sellable image. The company says the clothing line was soon dead in the water.
According to D.N.A.M., it invested millions of dollars in Lohan’s 6126 clothing line. The company is suing Lohan for breach of contract and fraud.
The court filing by D.N.A.M arrives as Lindsay Lohan is once again back in rehab, this time at the Betty Ford clinic.
Lindsay Lohan’s reps have not commented on the D.N.A.M. lawsuit at this time.
Do you think the Lindsay Lohan lawsuit will end in favor of Lohan or D.N.A.M.?