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Lindsay Lohan's Case With E*Trade Dismissed

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May 28 2018, Updated 10:19 a.m. ET

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Something finally went right for Lindsay Lohan.

DOCUMENT: See The Settlement Between Lindsay Lohan And E*Trade

RadarOnline.com has confirmed that her case with E*Trade has been dismissed, according to her attorney Stephanie Ovadia.

“Yes, it’s true, we’ve settled with E*Trade,” Ovadia told RadarOnline.com exclusively.

Ovadia wouldn’t reveal specifics of the case, but we’re told her team is very happy with the results.

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Lohan claimed the stock trading company violated her rights by featuring a baby character named Lindsay during their television commercial ads, who happens to be the "milkaholic" other woman in a baby love triangle. 

“E*Trade has always maintained that the claims were without merit, which is why we moved to dismiss the case,” a spokesperson for the company told RadarOnline.com.

“With the case now withdrawn, we are pleased to have the matter behind us.”

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One less legal battle has come as a relief to the Mean Girls star as well.

As RadarOnline.com reported, Lindsay failed two court mandated drug tests – testing positive for cocaine in one test and amphetamines in the other.

An arrest warrant has just been issued for the actress and her probation revoked.

After initially denying the failed drug tests, Lohan eventually admitted to it on her Twitter page saying, “I’m prepared to face the consequences.”

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