Actress Lindsay Lohan filed a lawsuit in New York against the creator and publisher of hit video game Grand Theft Auto V, claiming they used her likeness without permission.
The Associated Press reports Lohan alleges the video game, developed by Rockstar Games and published by Take-Two Interactive, uses her image, voice and styles from her clothing line.
Take-Two could not be reached for immediate comment.
The character in question is Lacey Jonas, a celebrity players assist during a mission in Grand Theft Auto V. In the game, players pick her up and help her dodge chasing paparazzi. Lohan claims the character is an "unequivocal" reference to her, reports AP.
The Grand Theft Auto franchise has been know for its biting satire, poking fun at everything from celebrities to video games and social networks. For example, a Facebook clone in the game is called LifeInvader.
The series has also proven very lucrative for Take-Two and Rockstar. Grand Theft Auto V, which launched last September, generated $800 million revenue on its first day. To date, the game has shipped more than 33 million copies.
A version of the game will launch this fall for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.