Lindsay Lohan has filed a $100 million lawsuit against the E*Trade Financial company, insisting that a TV ad featuring a “milkaholic” baby girl named Lindsay violated her right to privacy. The ad, which first aired during the Super Bowl, shows a baby apologizing to his baby girlfriend (the conversation is dubbed) for not calling her because he was making deals on E*Trade. She responds suspiciously, “And that milkaholic Lindsay wasn’t over?’’ Lohan’s attorney told the New York Post that the ad was “using her name as a parody of her life,’’ and that her client has the same single-name recognition as Oprah or Madonna. The firm that produced the ad said the name “Lindsay‘‘ was chosen because it belonged to someone on the account team.
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