Lindsay Lohan and her brother, Michael Jr., scored a legal victory in court this week.
Just one week after Michael Jr. was arrested in New York City for allegedly using a fraudulent New York State Executive Branch placard on his car windshield to park for free, a report claims he and sister Lindsay have received good news regarding a lawsuit against them in which they were accused of stealing a fahion app.
"Lindsay Lohan and her brother Michael Lohan Jr. are one step closer to winning their $60 million legal battle," the Daily Mail reported on Friday. "The Mean Girls actress, her sibling and another partner were sued by Fima Potik for the huge amount after he alleged they stole his idea for a fashion app. This week though it has emerged that both parties have agreed- pending a sign-off from a judge -that a temporary restraining order against the Lohan siblings should be lifted."
Potik claimed the Lohan's fashion app, Vigme, was an idea stolen from his Spotted Friend app.
According to Lindsay and Michael Jr.'s lawyer, Ravi Batra, the restraining order against them kept them from working on their fashion app for a year.
"Fima has disobeyed three court orders to produce proof that he had a working app by June 2013, something he was never able to prove," the lawyer explained.
Batra then accused Potik of being a "celebrity leach" and a "spoiled little wannabe trust-fund baby who wants to hang out with Lindsay and who got himself a lot of ink by suing."