Charlotte Ross’ Skin Isn’t Indecent

Published by PETA.

A New York court saved NYPD Blue some green today by nullifying a $1.2 million fine that the Federal Communications Commission handed to ABC after the network aired an episode in which Charlotte Ross bared her backside. The court said that it wasn’t “per se indecent.” We agree. Baring one’s buns isn’t nearly as indecent as, say, bludgeoning bunnies for their fur.

Charlotte, who now has a recurring role alongside Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, and other PETA pals on the Fox hit Glee, showed that she’d rather bare her skin than wear animals’ skins in this ad she did for PETA while she was filming NYPD Blue. Pretty decent of her, eh?

Written by Michelle Sherrow

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