Lindsay Lohan Just Lost Her Lawsuit Against ‘GTA V’ Creators… Again

Give it a rest.

Lindsey Lohan GTA V
Left: Maxim

Six judges in the New York Court of Appeals have unanimously decided that a character in Grand Theft Auto V does not resemble Lindsay Lohan. 

This ridiculously petty case might sound familiar. The former child star originally filed a lawsuit against GTA V’s publisher, Take-Two Interactive Software, four years ago. 

Lohan and her legal team alleged that character Lacey Jonas is a “really famous actress slash singer” who evokes her “image, portrait and persona.” 

(Photo: Maxim)

In 2016, the New York Supreme Court ruled in favor of the video game publisher. Instead of cutting her losses, Lohan appealed the decision to no avail. 

Rolling Stone has further details: 

While the court said in an opinion a computer generated image may be considered a “portrait” under current state civil rights law, “the artistic renderings are indistinct, satirical representations of the style, look, and persona of a modern, beach-going young woman that are not reasonably identifiable as the plaintiff.” 

The 31-year-old actress will now have to cover Take-Two’s legal costs. 

This sad saga has finally come to an end. 

h/t: The Independent