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Dani Mathers, the former Playboy Playmate who was charged with invasion of privacy for publicly body shaming a naked woman in her gym's locker room, was convicted yesterday, May 24, of exactly that, TMZ reports. Mathers, you'll recall, claimed earlier this month that she never body shamed anyone in her life.
The judge gave Mathers two options, according to TMZ: either 45 days in jail and 36 months probation, or 30 days of community service graffiti removal in this case and 36 months probation. Mathers, repped by attorney Tom Mesereau the same guy who got Michael Jackson a not-guilty verdict in his child molestation case picked the graffiti-removal option.
Mathers had originally pled "not guilty" to the charge. In Julythe Playmate of the year posted a photo of a naked woman in the locker room of LA Fitness to her public Snapchat story with the caption, "If I can't unsee this then you can't either.
After banning Mathers from the gym, authorities later identified her body-shaming victim as a year-old woman. The outcome in this case is pretty revolutionary in terms of setting a precedent for how body shaming — especially public body shaming — should be handled.
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Melissa StangerRevelist. Neither Mathers nor Mesereau had any comment as the two were seen leaving the courthouse. Watch TMZ's video of Mathers' conviction below:. Stay up to date with what you want to know.Snapchat playboy models
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Playboy model charged over Snapchat of naked woman in gym locker room