Theres obviously a calculated risk that comes with working with Lindsay Lohan, and apparently the DNAM clothing company didnt count the cost.
According to a report, the Mean Girls actress erratic behavior made it hard to promote and sell her 6126 leggings line, and now DNAM wants $5 million for their troubles.
The companys lawsuit states that LiLos leggings suffered in sales because [buyers] did not want to be associated with Lohans drug-addled image.
However, Kristi Kaylor, Lohans 6126 business partner, maintains, “The DNAM countersuit against 6126 is frivolous and misrepresents the facts. 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.”