Everyone knows who Madonna, Beyonce and Oprah are without uttering their last names, but what about Lindsay? That question lies at the heart of actress Lindsay Lohan's defamation lawsuit against E-Trade alleging they used her likeness in a television commercial, according to a Reuters article.
E-Trade's legal team is trying to sway a New York judge to dismiss the case, but her New York personal injury lawyer recently filed her own papers in an attempt to block the motion.
Lindsay Lohan filed suit in response to an advertisement in which one baby refers to another baby named Lindsay who is a "milkaholic" and a "bimbus." The actress believes it was a sly attack on her, given the star's own struggles with substance abuse.