Lawyers for the singer Pitbull asked a federal judge in New York to dismiss the complaint filed by actress Lindsay Lohan from the Latin artist by mentioning it in his song "Give Me Everything," according to The Hollywood Reporter today.
Defending Pitbull, whose real name is Armando Christian Perez, said the song is protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution which ensures freedom of expression of citizens.
Pitbull Lohan took to court last year after finding that the hip-hop caused a "tremendous emotional distress" with words "designed to do irreparable damage" to his image of "professional reputation".
The song of discord, "Give Me Everything" included in his letter a paragraph that says "I have it locked up like Lindsay Lohan."
She has had numerous problems with the law due to a number of breaches of sentences associated with a drunk driving offense and another of theft that led to brief stays in prison.
Lohan also claimed the record labels that produced the work of Pitbull and Sony Music and RCA Music.
Pitbull The defense also noted that his client before other artists such as Eminem Lohan referred to in its themes and it did not take legal action.
"Hi Lindsay, you look a bit skinny, my dear. How about if you go to rehab?" Says the rapper in one of his works.