A Los Angeles judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit against Miley Cyrus which accused the teen icon of discriminating against all Asian people after she was photographed making "slant eyes" with some of her friends.
The judge then asked Lucie Kim's attorney if Miley had pulled her ears up, would that mean she was insulting Prince Charles?
Lucie Kim had been persuaded to sue the "Hannah Montana" star last February after a photo emerged of Cyrus and friends slanting their eyes, supposedly trying to make themselves appear Asian, according to court papers.
Kim's lawyer persuaded Kim to sue Cyrus, 16, under a statute that prohibits businesses from discriminating against minorities.
However Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Robert Sohigian said he was not convinced Cyrus had violated a state law protecting citizens from discrimination by businesses. "You're trying to throw a whole new slant on that law. Shit!"
Meanwhile, insiders say that President Obama had officially apologized to both the Japanese and Chinese leaders for the Miley incident last week, as well as about a hundred other offences we have caused them as a nation.