Back in 2011, the "Mean Girls" actress sued Pitbull for using her name in one of his songs without her permission.
Pitbull’s popular dance hit, “Give Me Everything,” which features rapper, “Ne-Yo,” mentions Lohan’s name in a way that “disses” the actress, as well as glorifies her.
In the song, Pitbull outright raps, “I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan,” which Lohan claims the rapper never received permission to use her name, and also "defames" her.
But on Thursday, a New York Federal judge ruled Lindsay Lohan was completely wrong on her claim, and threw the case out.
Legally and in actuality, Pitbull’s song is a work of art that is protected by the 1st Amendment.
Lohan cannot sue Pitbull for his “Freedom of Speech.” Also, the song is not even about the“Liz and Dick” actress. The song also just mentions a glimpse of Lohan.
The judge also ruled that Lohan’s allegation of her suffering from emotional distress was out of form, and won’t even fly in court.
"This will further solidify the rights of artists to express themselves in song," Pitbull's attorney said in a statement to E! News.
Therefore, now the party-rapper can continue rapping about whatever he wants, as long as he keeps within his 1st Amendment.