Lindsay Lohan sued for USD 5 million

Lindsay Lohan sued for USD 5 million Los Angeles: Troubled actress Lindsay Lohan has been sued for USD 5 million because of her drug problems.

DNAM Apparel Industries - a clothing manufacturer - filed the counter-suit against Lohan in response to the actress` lawsuit against the company.

In her lawsuit, Lohan says she struck a business deal with DNAM in 2009 allowing them to manufacture clothes for her "6126" clothing line but DNAM stiffed her on a massive licensing fee. The actress asked for USD 1.1 million in damages.

But DNAM is now coming back at the `Mean Girls` star for nearly five times that amount, insisting she`s the reason their business deal fell apart, reported TMZ Online.

According to DNAM, the company did its best to sell their 6126 clothes to high-end third party retailers but Lohan`s personal and legal problems were playing out like a "Greek tragedy" spiraling towards the worse, damaging her image and the company`s reputation.

The 26-year-old meanwhile is struggling to sustain in a court ordered rehab at the Betty Ford Clinic in California.

"She was forced to go to Betty Ford by the judge instead of going to jail. The actress looks extremely haggard, her face is bloated, and it doesn`t look like she has brushed her hair in days. She looks very disheveled and has absolutely no energy since docs took away the Adderall," an insider said.