Grandmother Sues Take-Two for AO Content A New York woman smells hot coffee and heads straight to court. by David Adams July 27, 2005 - The hot coffee won't stop pouring. Just a day after the FTC opened a formal investigation of the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas "hot coffee" scandal, a woman is now suing publisher Take-Two Interactive for "false, misleading, and deceptive practices." The Associated Press reports today that Florence Cohen, 85, of New York, has sued the publisher after learning of GTA: San Andreas' hidden sexual content and the ESRB's new rating of "AO" for the game. Cohen says she bought the game for her 14-year-old grandson when it was rated "M" -- for its unapologetically violent gameplay and adult themes -- and when she knew nothing of the "hot coffee" content. The suit, filed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, seeks unspecified damages for Cohen and all consumers nationwide. The brouhaha over a sexually-themed mini-game unlocked in San Andreas with a user-created mod has led to public outcry, a change in the game's rating, and a full investigation by the FTC. For its part, Rockstar parent company Take-Two Interactive has ceased manufacturing the original version of the game, and is creating a version in which the "hot coffee" content is inaccessible. While retailers have the option to sell the current version as an "AO" game, most have simply pulled the game from shelves. Take-Two did not respond to IGN's request for comment as of press time, but we'll keep you up-to-date on the ongoing "hot coffee" saga as news comes in. http://xbox.ign.com/articles/637/637170p1.html an just to add on to it... blockbuster no longer carry GTA San Andreas Copies.