Game over for Lindsay Lohan's Grand Theft Auto claim

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Lindsay Lohan has failed to convince a court that the makers of Grand Theft Auto included her image in a video game.

A New York state appeals court has dismissed a lawsuit by the actress that says they used a likeness of her in some of the game's scenes.

A panel of judges ruled that Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. didn't use her actual "name, portrait or picture" and therefore didn't violate her right to privacy.

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Lindsay accused the producers of copying her physical features and imitating her voice in Grand Theft Auto V. The court says the depictions were protected as a "work of fiction and satire."

Similar claims against Take-Two by Mob Wives television star Karen Gravano were also dismissed.

Lindsay's lawyer has not commented. Karen's lawyer says they are exploring their options.