Toy company Hasbro Inc. is fighting a federal lawsuit in which a Fox News anchorwoman actually argues that Hasbro appropriated her name—and her likeness—for its plastic toy hamster called “Harris Faulkner.”

Despite the real Harris Faulkner having more than 5 feet in height and a hundred pounds or more in weight over the hamster—and the fact that she is, well, human—the suit still argues that Hasbro misappropriated her identity.

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