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The Federal Communications Commission is investigating complaints about the "Miley Cyrus: Bangerz Tour" concert special aired by NBC last month.

The FCC has so far reported receiving four complaints about the special, which featured a toned-down version of the controversial singer's typical stage show, reports Rolling Stone. The show nonetheless included enough sexual and drug-related imagery to draw complaints from viewers that the show violated the Commission's indecency guidelines.

What got viewers so steamed and what are the FCC's rules regarding indecent programming?

Kim Kardashian may have never used meth, but you wouldn't know it from her face on one Tennessee sheriff's website.

According to TMZ, the Bradley County Sheriff's Office hosted a number of "before" and "after" photos to give visitors the impression of what meth can do to an otherwise vivacious visage. Turns out, the Sheriff's Office accidentally hosted a picture of Kim K alongside her heavily photoshopped "after" photo, giving us all a glimpse into Kim's face after a three month meth binge.

What can Kim do about her "meth face" being hosted online?

Lindsay Lohan is suing the makers of "Grand Theft Auto V" for allegedly basing a ditzy blond character on her image.

In Lohan's suit against Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. (which owns Rockstar Games), she claims the character in question -- a digital buxom blonde named Lacey Jonas -- was a video game simulacrum of the "Mean Girls" actress' likeness, outfits, and hairstyle, the New York Daily News reports.

Does LiLo actually have a case against the makers of "GTA V"?

Don't let anybody tell you that summer isn't the perfect time to binge-watch television shows.

Why drive all the way to the beach to just sit and roast in the sun all day, when you can bask in the warm glow of some of television's finest legal series from the comfort of your own couch? There are a ton of different ways to get hurt during the summer, but watching too many awesome TV shows isn't one of them.

Here are five legal-themed TV shows you can, and should, binge-watch this summer.

Oscar winner Sandra Bullock has settled a lawsuit with a watch maker over a product advertised as the "Bullock watch."

Company ToyWatch USA was sued two years ago by the actress after it began promoting a diamond-encrusted watch as "the Sandra Bullock watch." The white-banded timepiece was described by ToyWatch USA as identical to the one Bullock wore in her Oscar-winning role in "The Blind Side."

The terms of the "Bullock watch" settlement were not revealed, but what was Bullock's beef with this watch?

The "Deport Justin Bieber" petition at WhiteHouse.gov has finally gotten a response from the Obama administration, but probably not the one the petition's 273,000 supporters were hoping for.

In an official response titled "Believing in Immigration Reform," the White House responded, "Sorry to disappoint, but we won't be commenting on this one." The response then continues with a discussion of "common-sense immigration reform."

Why won't the White House take the "Deport Bieber" petition seriously?

Nobody wants to end up on "Cops," but those who appear on the long-running reality TV show do have some legal rights.

"Cops" will soon begin a 10-week filming stretch in San Jose, California, for the first time in the show's 26-year history, reports the San Jose Mercury News. The "Cops" crew will hit the streets alongside San Jose's finest to provide a window into what these men and women do in America's 10th largest city.

As for the "bad boys" (and girls) caught on video, what rights do they have when being filmed for an episode of "Cops?"

Katherine Heigl Sues Duane Reade Over Twitter, Facebook Pics

Actress Katherine Heigl is suing drug-store chain Duane Reade for using her name and image for advertising purposes without her permission.

Duane Reade apparently posted an unauthorized paparazzi photo of the actress on Twitter with the caption "Love a quick #DuaneReade run? Even @KatieHeigl can't resist shopping #NYC's favorite drugstore," according to The Hollywood Reporter. The same photo was posted to Duane Reade's Facebook page.

Heigl is suing the pharmacy under the false advertising clause of the Lanham Act and under New York's right of publicity laws.

Glenn Beck Sued by Boston Bombing Victim for Alleged Defamation

Radio and Internet host Glenn Beck is being sued by a Boston Marathon bombing victim for alleged defamation.

Abdulrahman Alharbi, 20, a student from Saudi Arabia, filed a lawsuit against Beck, who on his radio show called Alharbi the "money man" behind the attacks. Alharbi was injured in the bombings, but was quickly cleared of wrongdoing and was never named as a suspect, according to The Washington Post.

What will Alharbi have to prove in order to make Glenn Beck pay for his words?

Pop singer Justin Bieber has been granted U.S. citizenship, silencing the hundreds of thousands of Americans who petitioned the White House to have him deported.

The Biebs will still have to worry about paparazzi and future DUI court dates, but after a private concert and an impromptu ceremony this morning, the hashtag #DeportBieber is officially #2000andLate.

How did the Canadian singer, who's already sung his way into Americans' hearts, officially become an American citizen?