It’s Lindsay Lohan in a different kind of birthday suit.
The perpetually troubled Playboy poser filed court papers Wednesday against the makers of Grand Theft Auto, charging the video game’s latest incarnation is ripping her off.
A character featured in Grand Theft Auto V is based on photos and the voice of the “Mean Girls” actress, according to the Manhattan Supreme Court suit filed on Lohan’s 28th birthday.
Lohan charges video game maker Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. swiped her image to create its ditzy Lacey Kunis character without her knowledge or permission.
“The portraits of the Plaintiff (Lohan) incorporated her image, likeness, clothing, outfits, Plaintiff’s clothing line products, ensemble in the form of hats, hair style, sunglasses, jean shorts worn by the Plaintiff that were for sale to the public at least two years” before the game was released, the papers say.
The game also features the hotel Chateau Marmont in West Hollywood, where she lived during the summer of 2012 and allegedly ran up an unpaid $46,000 bill.
The hotel reportedly banned her from coming back.
A spokesman for Take-Two and its subsidiaries, Rockstar Games and Rockstar Games North, declined comment.
“It is our company policy not to comment on legal matters,” said Take-Two spokesman Alan Lewis.
The Kunis character is seen dashing out of a building into an alley, where she asks a man on a motorcycle to help her escape the paparazzi.
“Can you give me a ride past them, PLEASE!?” says the cartoon character. “I’m hardly wearing any makeup. This is a disaster. I’m so f—–g fat. How’s my hair? Do I look cute?”
When the cyclist fails to recognize her, Kunis explodes in frustration: “I’m really famous. I didn’t do anything. This is my commute!”