The song was produced by Miguel "Rico Law" Jiminez, who has previously worked with Lil Wayne, Usher, TGT, The Game, R. Kelly, Fabolous, Estelle, Soulja Boy and Shareefa, said a news release from Hoopla Worldwide.
The single's cover art depicts Sexton driving a hearse with the words "Killing Lindsay Lohan" across the front.
Lohan is not featured in the clip, but there are nods to her highly publicized, hard-partying ways in the video.
"The music video for 'Killing Lindsay Lohan' was shot by cutting-edge director, Chris Crutchfield, who has worked with Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian and has contributed to some of the most popular commercials for Google, Sketchers, Doritos, and The Super Bowl," the news release said. "The video was shot at a few of Lohan's most frequented spots in Los Angeles, such as one of her favorite nightclubs on Hollywood Boulevard, as well as the notorious luxury inn to the stars, Chateau Marmont on Sunset Strip, where Lohan was once blacklisted for running up an outstanding tab."
Lohan, 27, is a former child star, who has been more famous in recent years for her brushes with the law and trips to rehab, than for her acting. She wrapped a 90-day, court-ordered stint at the Cliffside Malibu treatment center this week.