More legal woes for Lilo!

Lindsay Lohan has been hit with a countersuit for $5 million by D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries, the manufacturer behind her 6126 clothing line, reports TMZ. Lindsay filed a lawsuit against the company claiming they failed to pay her for a massive licensing fee, and she's seeking $1.1 million in damages.

However, now D.N.A.M. is firing back at the 26-year-old starlet claiming she's the reason their business deal fell apart. According to legal docs, D.N.A.M. says they did everything they could to sell the 6126 brand to high-end third party retailers, but by mid-2010, no one wanted to buy the apparel because of Lindsay's troubles with rehab and the law.

D.N.A.M. added that Lindsay's "drug-addled image" destroyed 6126's reputation, and rendered the clothing line completely unsellable. D.N.A.M. is also suing for breach of contract and fraud, demanding at least $5 million in damages.

Lindsay's attorney (well, one of them!) Perry C. Wander said in a statement, "The license agreement does not have a morals clause that allows the company to suspend payment for any behavior. The contract is not in LL name thus she cannot be held personally liable. The cross claim is therefore frivolous and totally without merit and will be defended vigorously."