Lindsay Lohan Sues Clothing Manufacturer
(LOS ANGELES) -- Lindsay Lohan apparently didn't have her fill of the legal system this week, following her appearance in a Los Angeles court on Wednesday. The actress is suing D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries for over a million dollars, according to TMZ.com.
Lohan says D.N.A.M. licensed the trademark to her "6126" clothing line for the purposes of manufacturing her brand for international sale.
The Mean Girls star is claiming in her lawsuit that she and her partner in the clothing line did not receive the full amount in royalties they are owed from their agreement with the company. They are seeking more than $1.1 million in damages.
TMZ notes that Lohan and her partner are currently negotiating a new licensing agreement with another company.
Lohan flew cross-country at virtually the last minute for a pre-trial hearing on Wednesday regarding her car crash on the Pacific Coast Highway last June. She's pleaded not guilty to lying to police, driving recklessly and obstructing an officer from doing his duties.
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