A Knoxville, Tenn., woman on Monday withdrew her class-action lawsuit against Janet Jackson and others over the singer's breast-baring incident during halftime at the Super Bowl Feb. 1.

A Knoxville, Tenn., woman on Monday withdrew her class-action lawsuit against Janet Jackson and others over the singer's breast-baring incident during halftime at the Super Bowl Feb. 1.

Terri Carlin filed her suit Feb. 4 in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Tennessee. Jackson, Justin Timberlake, the CBS and MTV networks and their corporate parent Viacom International were named as defendants. Her filing called the exposure of Jackson's breast a stunt "solely designed to garner publicity and, ultimately, to increase profits" for the defendants.

In a notice of dismissal filed in federal court, Carlin said she would see if "remedial measures recently announced by the corporate defendants, the potential [FCC] sanctions and perhaps the passage of stronger enforcement provisions will prevent further similar conduct."

Carlin's attorney, Wayne A. Ritchie II of Knoxville, declined to comment.