Lindsay Lohan loses lawsuit against Pitbull
The First Amendment does a happy dance ...
Lindsay Lohan continues to be the itchy rash on the butt of the legal system. TMZ and the Hollywood Reporter say the lawsuit she filed against Pitbull for name-checking her in his 2011 hit song "Give Me Everything" has been shot down.
On Thursday, a New York federal judge dismissed the lawsuit that the recidivist actress filed a few months after the tune's release, brushing off her claim that it "includes an unwarranted, unauthorized, and unfavorable mention of [her] name and personality, and allusions to [her] physical and mental character." She contended that the rapper never secured her OK to use her moniker and thus shouldn't have profited from it.
The line in question: "So, I'm tiptoein', to keep flowin', I got it locked up, like Lindsay Lohan."
Anyway, according to the judge, Lohan didn't have a legal leg to stand on because the song is a "work of art" and protected by the First Amendment, not to mention that she's only mentioned in a single line.
The loss isn't too surprising given that it was revealed last year that one of the lawyers working on the case had plagiarized parts of the lawsuit. In Thursday's ruling, the judge also issued sanctions for that transgression.
Lindsay previously scored a settlement from E*Trade for dubbing a milkaholic baby "Lindsay." At this point, that baby might want to consider the "irrerable harm" that was done to its image.
Both are a joke. Lohan is a drugged out hag and Pitbull is bald nobody who stands in place and raises his hands to some stupid tune. Neither have an ounce of talent. It's no wonder people like Justine Blieber, A$$hole Kutcher, Skank Krashdashian and the likes exist these days. People's standards these days are extremely low.
Wendy Owilliams, Courtney Love and now added to the "I wouldn't bang her with a borowed penis" list.
And I'm way sluttier than she is.