Cypress Hill Singer's Grand Theft Likeness Suit Put To Rest

By Ben James (November 1, 2012, 4:08 PM EDT) -- A California appeals court refused Wednesday to revive a former Cypress Hill backup singer's suit claiming that his likeness was misappropriated in a Grand Theft Auto video game, ruling the game's creative elements transformed it into more than a mere imitation of the plaintiff....

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