A Christian cake company that refused to bake a cake for a gay man was found to be not in violation of the law, according to a the UK Supreme Court. The Ashers Baking Company in Northern Ireland filed the lawsuit with the court after losing several lower-court rulings. All five justices of the Supreme Court said that the cake company acted legally when they refused to bake a cake in 2014 for gay rights activist Gareth Lee. Lee wanted a cake that said “Support Gay Marriage,” the logo “Queerspace,” and a picture of Bert and Ernie. While the activist paid for the cake at the cake shops brand, he received a call two days later saying that the company wouldn’t be able to complete the order.