Take-Two Interactive says actress Lindsay Lohan is suing the video game publisher over the title Grand Theft Auto V to get attention.
In documents filed in a Manhattan court, Take-Two is seeking to have Lohan's lawsuit dismissed, calling it "legally meritless" and could only have been filed "for publicity purposes," says a report from Reuters.
Last month, the actress filed a lawsuit against Take-Two, alleging they used her likeness without consent. The in-game character Lohan is suing over is Lacey Jonas, a celebrity players assist during one of the missions in Grand Theft Auto V. Players must pick Lacey up and help her escape the paparazzi.
Lohan claims the character is an "unequivocal" reference to her.
Grand Theft Auto launched in 2013, and was one of the most financially successful video games of that year. It shipped more than 33 million copies and generated $800 million in revenue its first day.