Lindsay Lohan is Being Sued for $5 Million for Wearing a Pair of Leggings

by Amy Wicks


WWD/Steve EichnerWWD/Steve Eichner Do you remember when Lindsay Lohan had a leggings line? No? I didn't know about it either, but it turns out that not only did she have a leggings business, but now the manufacturer has issued a lawsuit against the troubled star, claiming that her reputation is making it too difficult to sell the 6126 clothing line to buyers.

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The manufacturer, DNAM, filed a $5 million breach-of-contract against Lindsay in a California U.S. District Court. In a document obtained by E! News, DNAM claims it had some success with the leggings line but had to pull back "because they did not want to be associated with Lohan's drug-addled image." As you all know by now, Lindsay has been in and out of rehab several times during the past few years.

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Meanwhile, Lindsay's business partner, Kristi Kaylor, said it was DNAM that went back on their agreement. "The DNAM countersuit against 6126 is frivolous and misrepresents the facts," Kaylor said, in a statement. "DNAM knows that it is in breach of the 6126 licensee agreement, and this suit is clearly nothing more than a transparent defense maneuver. Lindsay and I worked for over three years to build the 6126 brand and ensure its success; DNAM is merely trying to get out of honoring its financial obligations."

Does Lindsay have a case here, or do you think she'll have to pay up? Did you ever try her leggings line?

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