'Fixer Upper' stars Chip and Joanna Gaines slammed with lawsuit -- again!

Chip and Joanna Gaines are having some legal trouble -- again!

A San Antonio woman is suing Magnolia Market, the popular tourist attraction owned by the stars of the hit HGTV show "Fixer Upper," for an alleged head injury she suffered back in June 2016.

Nancy Brown claims that low-hanging steel rods, which support the canopies attached to picnic tables on the premises, caused her "serious and permanent bodily injuries," according to The Waco Tribune.

She's seeking compensation of $100,000 to $200,000, which is a pretty penny despite the couple's recent success.

Their HGTV show is currently in its fourth season after premiering in May 2013, and they also just released a book about their rise to fame, "The Magnolia Story."

This is the second lawsuit the home improvement power couple has faced. Just three months ago, they were feuding with the owners of the property next to their store over the location of the fence separating the two pieces of land.

The cute pair lives on a 40-acre spread in Texas with their four children, Drake, Ella, Duke and Emmie. Surprisingly, they don't have a television in their Pinterest-perfect home, so they only watch episodes of their own TV show when they're staying in hotels during trips!