For those who don’t know, Lindsay Lohan is suing Take-Two and its subsidiary, Rockstar Games, because she believes the character Lacey Jonas in Grand Theft Auto V (GATV) was an “unequivocal” reference to her, something that both the media and Take-Two have repeatedly shamed as a publicity stunt.

However it now seems Lohan’s lawsuit is something Take-Two and Rockstar Games, can no longer ignore.

For the hearing, Take-Two‘s legal team provided their own images of the comparison between Jonas and Lohan.  Judge Kennedy, presiding over the case, ruled she “can’t rely upon defendants’ documents aiming to show the images in question don’t show Lohan.”

Lohan also claims the character, Jonas, is featured staying at Los Santos’ version of the Chateau Marmont hotel where Lohan once lived. Ehh?

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Judge Kennedy also knocked Take-Two‘s claim that Lohan’s lawsuit was too late.

“Defendants have not been able to prove, at this juncture of the litigation, that the republication exception to the one year statute of limitations is not applicable to this case because the intended audiences were the same as those of the original publication and the images consistently remained the same.”

So, the lawsuit is moving forward. One small win for Lohan, one giant annoyance for Take-Two and their legal team.

GTAV was released in September 2013 and has shipped more than 60 million copies around the world. It was noted as the No. 3 overall bestselling physical game in the US for February 2016.