The Top 10 Most Controversial T-Shirts of 2013...So Far

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Rihanna
Topshop wanted to ride the wave of Rihanna's remarkable commercial success so they created a screenprinted muscle tee featuring the Barbadian beauty's image and sold it under the name "Rihanna Tank." But no one from the mass-market merchant asked the hitmaker for approval to use the photograph of her taken during filming of a music video in Northern Ireland in 2011. Following failed negotiations between the two parties, RiRi brought suit against the chain's parent company Arcadia seeking $5 million in damages. On Wednesday, according to the BBC, the High Court in London ruled in the "Rude Boy" singer's favor in a two-minute judgment saying Topshop duped fans and may have damaged her reputation. An assessment of damages to be dispersed to the songstress has yet to be determined. Take a bow Ri, you won this round fair and square.

Rihanna has good reason to shine bright like a diamond! On July 31, a London judge ruled in the popstar's favor in a lawsuit she brought against British fast-fashion retailer Topshop for featuring a photo of her on a graphic T-shirt without the singer's consent. The UK-based retailer isn't the only clothing company to get into hot water over controversial cotton tees recently. In fact, companies seem to get stuck in similarly sticky situations on the reg. Check out some of the most scandalous, slimy and sexy T-shirt's to hit the market and stir the pot in the past few months.- Lauren Tuck, Shine Staff