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Lindsay Lohan filed a $1.1 million lawsuit in Los Angeles on Thursday against her clothing label partners for fraud, trademark infringement, and breach of contract.
Lohan alleges DNAM Apparel Industries, the clothing company that licensed her 6126 line, which is part of a five-year celebrity clothing line deal, has defaulted on $900,000 in guaranteed minimum royalties and 10% on sales, according to The New York Daily News.
Lindsay created 6126 with her business partner, Kristy Kaylor. She named the label in honor of Marilyn Monroe, whose birthday is June 1st, 1926. The line primarily sells leggings and cashmere leg warmers.
6126 originally sold in high-end retailers like Fred Segal. It is no longer available at these types of stores, but is selling in overseas markets like China and Japan, although the license has been revoked due to breaches of contract, according to the suit obtained by E! News
Amidst her other court drama this week, Lohan’s civil lawer Perry C. Wander has faith in Lindsay’s future.
"Lindsay is very passionate about her fashion design, and she's looking forward to re-launching the line with another partner," he said. "She wants to enter into negotiations to license a clothing line and accessories.”