Even Lindsay’s lawyers are dishonest
Lindsay Lohan leaving the wrap party for The Canyons at Churchill Bar in Hollywood (8/14)
Lindsay Lohan is currently suing Pitbull for, like, a catrillion bajillion dollars (her words) for using her name in a song (Hustlers move aside, so I’m tiptoein’, to keep flowin’ – I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan). So how’s that lawsuit going, New York Daily News?
Lawyers for Lindsay Lohan, who’s suing Pitbull for using her name in a song, are bailing out of the case amid accusations that their legal arguments were plagiarized from Internet sites.
“Ms. Lohan’s and her attorneys’ course of conduct demonstrates that they commenced this action in bad faith, looking to make a quick buck through an expected settlement,” Pitbull’s lawyer Audrey Pumariega said in papers filed in Brooklyn Federal Court.
Pitbull’s legal team submitted a 20-page, detailed comparison of Lohan’s
opposition papers, which they say show that numerous passages were
lifted word-for-word from legal Web sites.
Wait a cotton-pickin’ minute, does this mean that Lindsay’s representatives are no good charlatans who distort facts and play the blame game? Wow, what a surprise that they represent a no good charlatan who distorts facts all the time, plays the blame game, and can snort a pile of coke the size of the Matterhorn (OK, I made one of those facts up . . . I don’t know if Lindsay distorts facts all or just some of the time).