She might have seen herself as a character in a video game, but Lindsay Lohan is just like us — in other words, not a video game character: a New York appeals court has chucked the actress’ lawsuit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto V that claimed her image had been used without her permission in the game. [More]
Low-ranking government apparatchiks are wasting taxpayer dollars and violating our trust by exploiting their access to massive government databases to look up private information on their neighbors and ex-spouses, and “doc gawk” on celebrities like Lindsay Lohan, Matt Damon, James Taylor, and Tom Brady.
The bad news for Lindsay Lohan, as you might be aware by now, is that she’s going to jail soon. The good news for Lindsay’s 6126 line of super awesome pants-are-never-an-option leggings and other apparel? Lindsay Lohan is going to jail! Some pros in the retail field are saying this little stint in the slammer could up sales of the “designer’s” line.
E*Trade has filed papers in an attempt to move the $100 million Lindsay Lohan defamation lawsuit to Manhattan — and those papers apparently contain a treasure trove of rude comments people have made about Ms. Lohan on the internet.