Knoxville Woman Drops Lawsuit over Super Bowl Halftime

Knoxville Woman Drops Lawsuit over Super Bowl Halftime

February 9, 2004

KNOXVILLE (AP) -- A Knoxville banker says she's made her point and has withdrawn her federal lawsuit over the Super Bowl halftime show.

Terry Carlin had filed suit and sought class-action status for it, asking for billions of dollars on behalf of viewers she claimed were injured by the exposing of one of singer Janet Jackson's breasts.

Jackson and singer Justin Timberlake have apologized and said a piece of Jackson's costume that was expected to remain in place didn't.

Carlin filed the suit last week against Jackson, Timberlake, MTV, CBS and Viacom.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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