Lindsay Lohan, E-Trade settle milkaholic baby lawsuit


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The $100-million lawsuit Lindsay Lohan filed against E-Trade Bank over its 2010 Super Bowl commercial referencing ‘that milkaholic Lindsay’ has — for lack of more mature description — gone bye bye.

Don’t know the ad we’re talking about? Why, there it is above, presented for your viewing pleasure.


According to a court document obtained by Radar Online, the suit was withdrawn with prejudice on Monday. Lohan had filed the suit in March, at which time the Hollywood Reporter had some amusing theories as to why she’d bothered. This was right after Ungaro dumped her but before she started missing depositions in a civil case related to one of her 2007 DUI arrests.

The document reflects no costs or fees assigned to either party, but an unnamed source told TMZ that the actress made some money out of the deal.

— Christie D’Zurilla

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