London (ANI): The 'nipplegate' scandal involving singer Janet
Jackson is to be reviewed again. After Jackson's right nipple was
exposed while she was performing with singer Justin Timberlake at
the 2004 SuperBowl, a fine of 550,000 dollars was slapped on TV
network CBS by the US Federal Communications Commission officials,
who said that they broke indecency rules.
However, a federal court subsequently ruled that CBS would not
have to pay the fine, as they were not responsible for Jackson's
actions, reports the Daily Star.
Now, almost five years after the wardrobe malfunction scandal,
government officials are asking the Supreme Court to review the
footage again, suggesting the panel which oversaw the original
investigation may have "erred in holding that the federal
communications commission acted arbitrarily and capriciously."