Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner says she is suffering emotional damage thanks to one of Hasbro's newest Littlest Per Shop toy hamsters. She recently filed a $5 million lawsuit against the toy company for using new her name and likeness to design the rodent in question.

The actual toy is a small hamster with a butterfly perched on its head. According to these documents, Faulkner's federal suit, filed with the U.S. District Court in New Jersey, is claiming the toy "willfully and wrongfully appropriated Faulkner's unique and valuable name and distinct persona for its own financial gain". Faulkner's lawyers also claim the toy resembles the News anchor, focusing particularly on the "tone of its complexion, the shape of its eyes, and the design of its eye makeup", according to the New York Post.

The hamster is part of the Pet Pawsabilities line and is actually named "Harris Faulkner". Faulkner's legal team claims that Hasbro never asked for permission to use her name or likeness in the design of the plastic critter.

Faulkner has also gone so far as to have her legal team use a photograph of herself and the hamster for a side-by-side comparison, to be used as evidence in the lawsuit. She also wants it to be a jury trial in the courtroom.

Faulkner, who is an anchor for the Fox Report Weekend and Outnumbered shows,is a 10-year veteran of the Fox News network, having covered such large worldwide news stories such as the death of North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Il, as well as covering the U.S.

elections online. The legal documents also cite that Faulkner, who has put a lot of hard work into her career and personal brand is also distressed because of the choking hazard warning contained on the toys packaging, and the fact that it could cause harm to small children.

The toy hamster, which was put onto the market last year, has seemed to mysteriously disappear off of Hasbro's Littlest Pet Shop site today, although whether that is in connection with the lawsuit is unknown for the time being.

The toy is no longer sold in stores, however, but was, until today, shown on that site.

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