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Perhaps realizing she's got bigger problems ahead of her since failing her drug test, Lindsay Lohan has opted to withdraw her lawsuit against E-Trade and their talking baby commercial.
Lohan, 24, was suing the company for $100 million for a Super Bowl commercial in which a baby named Lindsay is called a "milkaholic" by other babies ("Lindsay" baby then pops in to ask, "Milk-a-what?") The actress claimed the ad was aimed at making fun of her (watch the clip below and decide for yourself!):
PopEater.com reports that a spokesperson for E-Trade says the settled lawsuit was based on a "simple business decision." Meanwhile, the actress' lawyer Stephanie Ovadia did not respond to the website's request for a comment.
Last month, however, Ovadia had a lot to say when the court papers were filed. "These babies in their commercials were symbolic and were not acting just as cute babies but were actually portraying (Lohan) and her grown-up friends," Ovadia wrote.
E-Trade simply responded with, "No reasonable person would connect (Lohan) with the E-Trade commercials."
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