It's GAME OVER for Lindsay Lohan and her lawsuit against the makers of "Grand Theft Auto V."
New York’s Court of Appeals unanimously shot down her lawsuit against Take-Two Interactive after she claimed a character in the game was based off of her.
Lohan originally sued in 2014 and her case survived a motion for dismissal in 2016. A New York Supreme Court judge eventually ruled against Lohan and then that decision was affirmed in the state’s appellate division. On Thursday, the Appeals judge levied the final blow.
Theoretically, Lohan could bring her case to the U.S. Supreme Court, but that seems unlikely.
Lohan's sued was over a character in the game named Lacey Jonas. She appeared in a part of the game called "Escape Paparazzi." The character had achieved a fast rise to fame, but was often fodder for the tabloid media.