Lindsay Lohan has spent some time behind bars. Pitbull (born Armando Perez) is a rapper whose music often features his take on popular culture and its more dynamic characters, sometimes with a wink and a nod.
What could go wrong?
Well, he could write a song like 2011’s hit “Give Me Everything,” in which he drops the bon mot, “So I’m tip-toein’ to keep blowin’/ I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan” and the actress could claim the slight caused her emotional distress and file a lawsuit.
That’s exactly what happened. But, according to the Hollywood Reporter,U.S. District Court Judge Denis Hurley ruled on Thursday that the song is a protected piece of art, dismissing the suit. Lohan filed suit in November, claiming that the song, “includes an unwarranted, unauthorized, and unfavorable mention of [her] name and personality, and allusions to [her] physical and mental character,” which violated her publicity rights and caused emotional distress. SOURCE