Inmate Files Restraining Order Against GTA

An inmate residing at the Federal Corrections Institute in Williamsburg County, S.C. has filed a handwritten complaint against parties including Take-Two and Rockstar Games, Next-Gen has found.

On April 9, inmate Jonathan Lee Riches, 31, filed a request for a temporary restraining order in a US District Court against Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two, developer Rockstar, FCI Williamsburg and "Grand Theft Auto" itself, claiming that the defendants "put me in prison."

Riches, who's incarcerated for wire fraud, wrote in his filing that he seeks a temporary restraining order against the "newest Grand Theft Auto games."

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hOoDnErD3834d ago

hahahahahahhahaha classic!!

freddy993833d ago

just wonder how much ea paid him??!!

Skerj3833d ago

LMFAO that guy is awesome and bat sh*t crazy, he sued Mike Vick for 63 Bil hahahaha. He's damn scared of losing his gold Jesus cross.

DrPirate3833d ago

I love my video games with some good old fashioned mind control.

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