In the game, Jonas is famous for her high school movies and is described as "very image-conscious".
Lindsay Lohan versus Grand Theft Auto 5 was still a thing, apparently. It also follows a March 26 decision by a California state appeals court that threw out Dame Olivia de Havilland's lawsuit claiming over her depiction in an FX Networks docudrama about a feud between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.
Lohan initially followed up with a lawsuit against Take-Two, which as mentioned above, was rejected in 2016.
Where in New Jersey was the mega millions ticket sold?
What were the Mega Millions winning numbers? Friday's jackpot was also the 10th largest lottery prize in USA history. Numbers have been drawn for a giant lottery jackpot of at least $521 million, and there is one winning match.
Grant Hill to be inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame, report
Steve Nash , Grant Hill and Jason Kidd have been told they will be inducted, reports ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski . Hill , who played college at Duke, was drafted by the Pistons in 1994 with the third overall pick.
Pittsburgh Steelers TE Jesse James pleased with new National Football League catch rule
Of course, with more catches, there could be more fumbles as receivers try to extend plays and get extra yardage. This decision spawned the " Calvin Johnson Rule", a precedent that has since overturned over a dozen catches.
A NY court rules that satirical representations of a generic "20-something" woman were not identifiable as the star.
In 2010, Lohan settled a $100 million lawsuit against E-Trade after she claimed that an ad featuring "milkaholic" baby named Lindsay was mocking her and her history of drug and alcohol abuse.
We conclude that the amended complaint was properly dismissed because 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 plaintiff.In preparation for this appeal, numerous media organizations asked the court to reject the case in order to protect the First Amendment and artists' rights to create parodies or works loosely based on real people, according to Rolling Stone. Pitbull's lyrics stated: "So, I'm tip-toein', to keep flowin', I got it locked up, like Lindsay Lohan", and Lohan was not able to win her cases against the conservative news network or the entertainer.