Lindsay Lohan Sues Pitbull For Defamation in "Give Me Everything" Lyrics

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As if anything could possibly tarnish​ Lindsay Lohan's reputation more than her past actions already have, Lohan is reportedly suing Pitbull for defamation due to the lyrics he wrote in his annoying, overplayed hit song "Give Me Everything."

The lyrics that are getting Lohan fired up are "Hustlers move aside so I'm tiptoeing to keep flowing / I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan." Oh Pitbull, you clever S.O.B.

Lindsay is essentially suing for "having [her] name exploited for commercial purposes." Lohan claims that Pitbull's lyrics are in breach of civil rights laws of the state of New York. "The lyrics, by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, excoriation, disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do irreparable harm to the plaintiff," Lohan and her legal team have stated in the lawsuit.

It's useless for her to try to get the track pulled from the airwaves so that more people don't hear it. You know, because what a terrible thing it would be for one more person in the world to know --- I mean think --- that she's a mess.

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