Jessica Alba's business has apparently lied about some of its products and now the company is facing a major law suit.

Court documents claim that The Honest Company has "deceptively and misleadingly marked its products as being natural when really a number of items include unnatural and synthetic ingredients," according to Entertainment Tonight. Specifically, the diapers, hand soap and multi-surface cleaner all have deceiving labels, according to the suit.

"Plaintiff Jonathan D. Rubin brings this lawsuit against Honest individually and on behalf of a nationwide class including all other similarly situated purchasers of the Products," the suit reads, according to People.

This is not the first time her company has received some backlash, either. Just last month, customers complained that the sunscreen was "ineffective," causing the company to release a statement. "The Honest Company is committed to providing safe and effective products," it said. "And we take all consumer feedback very seriously."

Alba even personally defended her brand in a blog post. "Protecting our loved ones and yours is the reason we founded The Honest Company," she wrote. "As parents, it pains us to hear that anyone has had a negative experience with our Sunscreen. As with everything we do, we take sun protection seriously here at Honest."'

Rubin, who filed this new lawsuit, is asking that all profits generated from the Honest products be refunded to the people who have purchased them in the past, according to The Wrap. He is requested at least $5 million in damages for customers.