The show must go on.
After the passing of legend Joan Rivers, many wondered if her show Fashion Police would be able to carry on in her absence.
Well, we finally have our answer.
Read the emotional statement (below):
[Image via E!.]
Oh, LiLo. We’re still rootin’ for ya, but you make it so hard!!
The sassy starlet is engaged in a legal battle over her failed 6126 leggings line with her business partner Kristi Kaylor, and they apparently tried to make some false claims that could help the case swing in their favor.
The two ladies are up against D.N.A.M. Apparel Industries, who’ve employed Adam Rossman as their lawyer. Lindz and Kristi tried to get Adam discharged, however, reasoning that he has worked with them on the 6126 project and therefore had inside knowledge.
But Adam was quick to claim the accusations were false, saying he had no involvement with the leggings project, except for a one-off copyright lawsuit, giving him zero inside knowledge — so, pretty much calling her a liar. He further showed that he had been included in prior legal proceedings between LiLo and D.N.A.M., but nothing had been said before.
Adam even insulted Lindsay's behavior in the process, saying of 6126's downfall:
“At the time, Lohan had become a fashion icon, even designing a line for Emanuel Ungaro, a famous French fashion brand. Ms. Lohan’s legal troubles began to grow [and] the 6126 brand quickly began to lose its luster until the point where none of the major department stores were willing to purchase the brand because none of them wanted to be associated with Ms. Lohan’s current image.”
Kind of a low blow! But the whole lying thing was a bit of a low blow too…
Sounds like this court case is getting pretty catty!
We're sure there will be more updates soon, as the case returns to court in May.