Earlier this month Kanye West's company, Very Good Touring, sued Lloyds of London for $9.8 million, accusing the insurance company of failing to honor it's agreement to cover money lost on his cancelled 2016 "Saint Pablo Tour."
West pulled the plug on the rest of the trek after suffering a mental breakdown in November. He subsequently spent eight days at UCLA Medical Center.
TMZ reports that Lloyds has filed a countersuit.
In court documents the company claims prescription and illegal drug use were the cause of West's breakdown, which triggered a clause in the policy referring to substance abuse.
In addition, Lloyds says West refused to turn over information it needed to make a determination on whether or not to cover financial losses from the cancelled dates.
Lloyds is asking a judge to rule that it doesn't owe West any money.
West's attorney, Howard King, responded to the countersuit by telling TMZ that it "is the same generic response Lloyd's files when they don't want to honor a legitimate claim but can't find a factual basis to deny the claim."