Court refuses to certify Hot Coffee suit

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 6 August 2008 06:31 GMT

According to this Kotaku story, a US court has refused to certify the proposed settlement class of the Hot Coffee lawsuit as too few people were offended by the matter for it to… matter.

This means that Rockstar may not have to settle the case at all.

As you’ll recall, it was announced in June that a mere 2,676 people had signed up to claimed their $35 from Rockstar as a result of being traumatised by the image of a virtual man having sex with a virtual woman in GTA: San Andreas.

Just goes to show.

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