Would you buy a hamster doll named Harris Faulkner? The toy company, Hasbro, thought so at one time. But the Fox News Channel anchor, Harris Faulkner, is none too happy about it. She is suing Hasbro for $5 Million dollars for using her ″unique name″ without her permission. The hamster doll, which was discontinued as part of the Pet Pawsabilities product line of their Littlest Pet Shop brand, is clearly female. As is the Harris Faulkner. Her lawyers have filed the lawsuit claiming that Hasbro, ″willfully and wrongly appropriated Faulkner′s unique and valuable name and distinctive persona for its own financial gain.″ They also claim that, ″elements of the Harris Faulkner Hamster Doll also bear a physical resemblance to Faulkner′s traditional professional appearance…″. Hasbro has yet to comment on the lawsuit, other than to take issue with another claim by Faulkner that the doll is a choking hazard and that there apparently was a warning on the packaging. Hasbro says that the statement by Faulkner about the product′s safety is false.