London: Bosses at a financial firm, who have been dragged to court by Lindsay Lohan for allegedly using her name for profit, have labelled the Mean Girls star`s claims "meritless".
Lohan initiated legal proceedings against chiefs at E-Trade in March over an advert that depicts a baby girl called Lindsay as a boyfriend stealer and a "milkaholic", reports a news daily.
Lohan`s lawyers say the commercial exploits Lohan`s famous first name and public persona without her permission.
Lohan is seeking 66.7 million pounds in damages and compensation over the commercial.
But according to a website, executives at E-Trade have filed a motion to have the case dismissed and saying Lohan`s claims are "meritless".