Apparel company sues Lindsay Lohan for $5M over 'drug-addled image'

People Lohan
Actress Lindsay Lohan is showered with gold glitter, second left, as she arrives with her attorney Mark Heller, after attending a trial Monday, March 18, 2013, at Los Angeles Superior court. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Remember the 6126 Collection that was supposed to happen in 2009?

Neither did we - until DNAM Apparel Industries slapped troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan with a whopping $5 million lawsuit Friday for allegedly destroying the brand. Lohan, who is currently back in rehab, sued the company in January for $1.1 million over a breach of contract, trademark infringement and failure to pay royalties.

DNAM claims LiLo's "drug-addled image" singlehandedly destroyed the 6126 clothing line.

6126, by the way, stands for Marilyn Monroe's date of birth, June 1, 1926. What would Marilyn say now?

More from HuffPo Style.

Continue Reading