However the court concluded that video game characters that the actress said were based on her did not resemble her.
In its motion to dismiss, the software company also alleged in their defense that the 31-year-old star has a "history of misusing the legal system".
Lohan sued the game's developer Rockstar Games and its publisher Take-Two in 2014 stating that the best-selling title used her likeness without her permission for the character of Lacey Jonas.
In Grand Theft Auto V there is a "random events" mission where the player encounters an NPC called Lacey Jonas, hiding from paparazzi in an alley.
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A lower court ruled against Lohan in 2016, but New York's Court of Appeals in February 2017 agreed to allow her to repeal the judgment.
A NY court rules that satirical representations of a generic "20-something" woman were not identifiable as the star.
Here, the Jonas character simply is not recognizable as plaintiff inasmuch as it merely is a generic artistic depiction of a "twenty something" woman without any particular identifying physical characteristics.
But the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the satirical representations of "a modern, beach-going" young woman are not identifiable as Lohan. She also filed a defamation lawsuit against Pitbull in 2013 over the song "Give Me Everything", in which the rapper says, "So, I'm tip-toein', to keep flowin', I got it locked up, like Lindsay Lohan". However, there wasn't enough there to suggest that Rockstar actually used her as a character in GTA. Therefore, the case was dismissed.
Concurrently with this opinion (read here) comes a loss for ex-Mob Wives star Karen Gravano, who brought a similar lawsuit against Take-Two over the character of "Andrea Bottino" in Grand Theft Auto V.