Attention rapper and singers, it appears you're free to use Lindsay Lohan's name in your songs.
On Thursday, Lohan lost a legal battle against Pitbull (Armando Christian Perez) after the actress claimed a lyric in the rapper's 2011 hit "Give Me Everything" was a violation of her publicity and publicity rights and also caused her emotional distress.
In the song, Pitbull raps, "So, I'm tiptoein', to keep blowin', I got it locked up, like Lindsay Lohan.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the judge sided with Pitbull, ruling that the song was a protected work of art and ...
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