Lindsay Lohan loses appeal against GTA 5 using her "likeness" in-game

Lindsay Lohan loses appeal against GTA 5 using her

Lindsay Lohan loses appeal against GTA 5 using her "likeness" in-game

Lindsay Lohan's lawsuit against Take-Two Interactive, regarding a parody character in Grand Theft Auto 5 that she said was an unlawful use of her likeness, has ended in NY state's highest court.

She claimed at the time that the character of Lacey Jones not only looked like her, but also had a similar sounding voice and wore clothes that resembled her own clothing line.

Actress Lindsay Lohan arrives for the presentation of the Gareth Pugh Spring/Summer 2016 collection during London Fashion Week in London, Britain, September 19, 2015.

"[The] artistic renderings are indistinct, satirical representations of the style, look and persona of a modern, beach-going young woman. that is not recognisable as plaintiff", Judge Eugene Fahey wrote in his ruling.

Yesterday, that appeal came up short as New York's Court of Appeals affirmed the ruling in the earlier case.

After all that work, however, Lohan was left with nothing after the court ruled in favour of Take-Two Interactive Software.

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The dismissal marks another failed legal fight for the "The Parent Trap" and "Mean Girls" actress, whose Hollywood career has been plagued by personal problems, including an arrest, alleged drug use and a stint in rehab.

NY state Court of Appeals dismissed Lindsay Lohan's claim that a character in "Grand Theft Auto V" was based on her.

For instance, in 2010, Lohan sued E-Trade over a Super Bowl ad that featured a "milkaholic" baby named Lindsay. However, Lohan filed an appeal.

From the get-go, it was apparent that Lindsay is trying to cash in from what she felt was her likeness in the game.

"When Lawyer.com first reached out to me, I was confused and a little scared because I thought I was in trouble", Lohan said. Lohan has, of course, had her share of run-ins with police.

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