Pitbull Calls Lindsay a Liar in Lawsuit

November 8, 2011 By:
Pitbull Calls Lindsay a Liar in Lawsuit

Lindsay Lohan sued rapper Pitbull back in August for what she claimed was using her name in a disparaging light.

In the song “Give Me Everything” by Pitbull, and co written by Ne-Yo and Afrojack, he uses the phrase “I got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan” which Lindsay claims is defamatory.

After trying to apologize and explain himself, Pitbull has finally filed a response to Lindsay’s lawsuit and slams the actress.

Basically, Lindsay filed the suit in NY State Court and claims she’s a resident of Nassau County, New York, but Pit is calling her out, claiming she’s been a resident and a criminal in California since 2004.

While “place of residence” may not seem like a big deal, if Pitbull can prove that Lindsay is full of crap and doesn’t in fact “reside” in NY, then he can maybe get the lawsuit moved into Federal court where he has a better chance at winning the lawsuit.

Pitbull writes in the document, “given her frequent legal troubles, Ms. Lohan posses irrevocable ties to California that are likely to keep her there for the foreseeable future.”

He then spells out all her stints in jail, her inability to perform community service, her house arrest etc and all the things that will undoubtedly make her a permanent member of California aka permanent inmate of California.

When you attack a Pitbull, you’re gonna get bit. Hey Pitbull, feel free to use that line. At nightclubs, in the courtroom, in front on TMZ’s camera’s, wherever.

Pit concludes, “In light of Ms. Lohan’s continuing obligations to the State of California, as well as the foregoing facts, Ms. Lohan is a citizen of California, New York.”

It’s ironic how the original line that caused this legal drama is “Got it locked up like Lindsay Lohan” but Lindsay Lohan somehow keeps narrowly escaping being actually locked up or only gets locked up for several hours.

Lindsay originally sued Pitbull because she claims the lyrics “ by virtue of its wide appeal, condemnation, excoriation, disparaging or defamatory statements by the defendants about the plaintiff are destined to do irreparable harm to the plaintiff.”

Pitball originally shot back by saying that he was making Lindsay “relevant” who is known for being arrested rather than being an actress.

But the lawsuit still held up and now Pitbull had fire back.

Let’s see how this unfolds, adding to the never ending drama in Lindsay legal woes.