Lindsay Lohan’s suit against GTA publisher thrown out of court

In 2014, actress Lindsay Lohan filed suit against GTA publisher Take-Two for what she believed was an unauthorized depiction of her image in Grand Theft Auto V. She claimed she was even used in the game’s promotional materials. Today, however, the court tossed her suit.

Lindsay Lohan… remember her? Didn’t think so. She’s faded into irrelevance along with her apparent trade mark peace sign.

“The Plaintiff has been using the peace sign hand gesture for years before and after its use in the video game,” read Lohan’s complaint at the time.

Jebus WTF. What a complete waste of the legal system’s time.

Source: Court Throws Out Lindsay Lohan’s Grand Theft Auto V Lawsuit

Reckoner had its humble beginnings way back in June of 2013.

Founded by James Croft, along with Peter Wells and Anthony Agius they created what would go on to become one of Australia’s most highly regarded and award winning independent tech blogs.

With its uniquely Australian voice Reckoner is committed to offering a “no-holds-barred” approach to its writing. Beholden to no one but its audience. Reckoner’s goal is to remain completely transparent and honour the trust it’s built with its faithful readership.

Support Reckoner!
Thanks for stopping by. It looks like you're really enjoying the content so why not help a brother out and pitch in for a coffee.

Your support makes all the difference!