"“The kindest thing you could say about it is it’s a publicity stunt,” Nazer said. Regarding the Lacey Jonas character, Nazer dismissed the character entirely as a generic “troubled starlet.” “I think even if they had openly portrayed Lindsay Lohan, that it should still be protected by the first amendment. But they didn’t, so suit is not even a close call,” Nazer added." Read more » about Lindsay Lohan's 'GTA 5' Lawsuit: 'The Kindest Thing You Could Say Is It’s A Publicity Stunt'
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