Former 'Playboy' Model Sentenced to Community Service for Body-Shaming Fellow Gymgoer
She had posted a photo of a naked woman in the locker room with the caption, "If I can't unsee this then you can't either."
Former Playboy centerfold Dani Mathers has had her day in court over that now-infamous body-shaming photo she took in a gym locker room.
The 30-year-old pleaded “no contest” and was sentenced to 30 days community service and must pay the victim restitution of $60 after poking fun of a 70-year-old woman in a gym locker room on Snapchat in 2016.
“You are not to possess any device capable of recording images or videos, including a cell phone, when present in any location outside your residence where persons may be in a state of undress,” the judge told her.
She said she understood the terms and conditions of her sentence.
The scandal erupted last year when Mathers posted a photo of an unsuspecting woman naked in the locker room at a gym in Los Angeles with the words: "If I can't unsee this then you can't either."
She had previously apologized over the photo.
The 2015 "Playmate of the Year" arrived at the courthouse hand-in-hand with her lawyer and a woman believed to be her mother.
Mathers said she meant to send the picture to a friend but accidentally posted it publicly on Snapchat.
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