Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Steven Tyler is down for a bleep here or there. But too many bleeps, then where's the fun?
The FCC is under scrutiny over its regulation policies and the Supreme Court will hear a case on the matter. The Aerosmith frontman is willing to provide his own legal counsel for the FCC.
There's a certain charm and passion and magic in not showing full-frontal nudity. It's really hot when you only show a little
Tyler goes on to say that a clever quip or pun is okay but if rules and regulations were revoked, there would be no creativity or fun.
This combined with Janet's Super Bowl boobie mishap and
In 2010, a federal appeals court in New York said enough was enough and slapped the FCC with the First Amendment.
With that all being said, Tyler isn't worried about the Supreme Court's ruling.
He predicts the Supreme Court will allow "certain words, and that's that."\